Published: October 19, 2022 | By: American Luxury Staff
The co-op penthouse unit of Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany hit the market in Manhattan earlier this year with a $12 million ask. The remarkable Tribeca residence, which contains four bedrooms and three baths, is now available for $10.8 million after a 10% price reduction.
Perhaps most aptly representative of the living style of this duplex property is the kitchen, where primary colors coalesce with exposed ductwork and an angular ceiling break that injects the space with an intense sense of liberation; raising the roof, as it were, with a large, multi-pane clerestory assembly and an upper-level overlook in the bargain; a delicious snippet of the library’s wall of floor-to-ceiling bookshelves can be glimpsed from the space as well.
Other treats on display in this refined loft include the master bath—which works a casement with wooden blinds into a monastically pared down design with a freestanding soaking tub—and the delicious views of the Hudson on display from the wide-open living room. The terrace is a tale all by itself, of course, a landscaped rooftop spot that includes a lounge with a sofa beneath a steel pergola.
The building dates to the 1860s, and features a red brick exterior. At one time used as a spice warehouse, it was converted to a co-op residence in 1984. It contains fourteen units across its eight levels.More infoFor more information, contact Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty