Meryl Streep Lists TriBeCa Penthouse for $25M

If we had to guess what Meryl Streep’s home looked like, our description would be pretty close to the serene interiors of her Tribeca penthouse, which she’s just listed for $24.6 million. According to Curbed, the three-time Academy Award-winner and her husband, Donald Gummer, bought the four-bedroom apartment in 2006 for $10 million, and they’ve now decided to sell it after buying a mid-century-modern home in Pasadena last December. Though Streep has designed the interiors impeccably, with a laid-back coastal vibe and contemporary art collection, what really sets this residence apart is the 10-foot-wide landscaped terrace that wraps around three sides of the penthouse. A secured elevator leads into a private vestibule and then to the sky-lit gallery. The open living/dining room is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows. A modern wood-burning fireplace separates this entertaining space from a cozier library. Adjacent to the dining room is the super high-end and sleek kitchen. And off the kitchen is an office/den. The master suite has two separate baths, separate dressing areas, and a sitting area. The second bedroom also has an ensuite, while the third and fourth bedrooms share a bath. Before buying the Tribeca pad, Streep lived in a historic Greenwich Village townhouse that she’d purchased for $9 million in 2004. Last summer, her daughter, Mamie Gummer, also listed her NYC apartment, a $1.8 million two-bedroom co-op in Chelsea.