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.