A jaw-dropping 23.5-foot wide limestone and brick townhouse in the heart of Tribeca at 145 Reade Street has just hit the market for a whopping $39,995,000. It’s a result of a painstakingly ultra-luxury renovation that quite literally defines the word irreplaceable. This townhouse only features exquisite custom details impossible to source again. Gregory Sharp of Case Development led the renovation for the owners. Vickey Barron and Arran Patel of the Vickey Barron Team at Compass have the listing.
The 10,582 SF home boasts multiple outdoor areas (totaling 1,231 square feet) including an outdoor kitchen and patio, as well as a coveted pool with city views. Furthermore, 145 Reade Street features four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, four half bathrooms, and nine fireplaces, three of which are wood-burning.
The property was originally built in 1910. It is characterized by soaring ceilings (12 ft+ on most floors) and spacious room sizes. The home also has a commercial grade elevator to access all six floors, radiant heated floor (even under the sidewalk outdoors), AV wiring throughout, and extensive custom millwork. The exterior, clad in limestone and brick, is framed by custom steel windows imported from England by Critall.
A grand foyer features a sweeping staircase and ceiling heights extending up to 24 feet. The space can also be used as an extra area for entertaining beyond the separate formal living and dining rooms. Situated on the ground floor, the large eat-in chef’s kitchen features an oversized Lacanche stove as well as a fireplace, a built-in banquet, and a patio.
The second floor includes the formal living room with a marble fireplace and french doors leading to a Juliet balcony. Also featured on this floor is a grand circular dining room with custom lacquered walls and an adjacent custom stainless steel butler’s pantry and powder room.
Located on the third floor, the Primary Suite has oversized bedroom and its own balcony and fireplace. The bathroom is truly exceptional with floor-to-ceiling custom marble mosaic tile, a soaking tub, a fireplace, and Lefroy Brooks and Waterworks fixtures. Additionally, the floor houses multiple custom walk-in closets.
The fourth floor has two oversized bedrooms, both en suite.
The fifth floor is made up of the grand, double-height paneled Library, including a separate wet bar and powder room, as well as an en suite bedroom.
The top of the house features a front patio with a 17-foot pool that is both heated and salinated, and a back patio that features a full outdoor kitchen, dining, and sitting area. Additionally, there is an indoor sitting area and bathroom including an outdoor shower situated just off the pool.
The basement ceilings extend up to 10’3″ and include a laundry room, gym, cinema room, wine room, two bathrooms, and an additional bedroom.
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