Mix "American heritage" with "Italian design" and you'll get the penthouse loft at 34 Greene Street.
No luxurious detail was overlooked in this $13.75 million Prudential Douglas Elliman property, the listing says. And with 5,000 interior square feet plus 2,200 private terrace square feet, there's, well, a lot of room for details. The property features four bedrooms (two are master suites with double steam showers!), 5.5 marble baths (a half marble bath?), a "dramatic" living room, a dining room with 15-foot ceilings, and a wall of 12-inch mahogany windows.
This fifth- and sixth-floor duplex, in an 1873 Duckworth & Wright cast-iron Soho building, has a "HUGE" private terrace—where you can see the Empire State Building—lined with Brazilian flooring and featuring outdoor showers. There's also a "Great Room" with retractable glass curtain walls.
If there is any confusion over how luxurious this place is, the listing makes it very clear: "This trophy penthouse epitomizes refined luxury." —Sam Levin
Mix “American heritage” with “Italian design” and you’ll get the penthouse loft at 34 Greene Street.