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Sleek Tribeca townhouse with midcentury vibe seeks $15.8M

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The home spans more than 10,000 square feet and features three interior courtyards

Photos courtesy Leslie J. Garfield.

The “award-winning” single-family townhouse at 75 Warren Street in Tribeca has made its way back to the market. The last time we saw this home was back in December 2015, when it was attempting to unload for $19.995 million. This time around, the price has been reduced quite drastically and is asking $15.75 million.

The seven-story home dates back to 1905 but you would never know that, thanks to a revamp helmed by Dean/Wolf Architects. There are more than 10,000 square feet here that accommodate five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a loft-like “studio” space on the first floor, a full basement, and even a sub-basement. Of course, this is hardly all that is offered within the industrial-chic abode, complete with midcentury influences.

The second floor features an open floorplan with ceilings that soar 12 feet high, exposed brick walls, a small kitchen, and a decorative fireplace. Head one level up to the third floor and things get even more impressive with a den that boasts 23-foot ceilings and a pair of double-story bookshelves that make that way down from the fourth floor.

The fourth floor gives way to the master suite, complete with a space that overlooks the floor below and a glass-wrapped courtyard (one of three within the townhouse). In the fifth floor’s kitchen, you’ll find 18-foot ceilings, custom cabinetry, a pantry, and a concealed passageway to the expansive roof deck where there are stellar views of One World Trade Center.

There is an elevator to connect floors one through six and two large skylights (one of the first floor and another on the sixth floor) are additional stylish flourishes.