Meryl Streep lists Tribeca pent­house

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Meryl Streep, one of Hol­ly­wood’s most trea­sured and dec­o­rated ac­tors, with three Em­mys and three Academy Awards — not to men­tion 18 more Os­car nom­i­na­tions — has her com­fort­ably so­phis­ti­cated, art­filled pent­house in down­town New York City’s ex­pen­sively trendy Tribeca neigh­bor­hood ready for a close-up of its own in all the prop­erty gos­sip col­umns. Per prop­erty records, and first noted by the ea­gleeyed kids at Curbed, Streep and hus­band Don Gum­mer, an ac­com­plished sculp­tor, pur­chased the roomy but not con­spic­u­ously large 3,944-square-foot ur­ban aerie in 2006 for $10.13 mil­lion. The ask­ing price 12 years later: $24.6 mil­lion.

El­e­va­tor en­try opens to a pri­vate vestibule and skylit en­trance gallery that spills into a colos­sal com­bi­na­tion cor­ner liv­ing and din­ing room that stretches to 33 feet

long, with floor-to- ceil­ing win­dows and metal-trimmed glass doors; th­ese lead to a 10-foot-wide, at­trac­tively land­scaped ter­race that wraps around three sides of the four-bed­room and 4.5 bath­room pad. A free­stand­ing fire­place, which di­vides the liv­ing room from a den/tv lounge, makes a clean-lined, min­i­mal­ist state­ment in the liv­ing room. A cozy den/of­fice off the kitchen in­cludes float­ing book­shelves op­po­site glass doors to a din­ing ter­race where the eye sweeps over the south­ern city sky­line and clear across the Hud­son River.

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