Gwyneth Paltrow Drops Price and Relists Tribeca Penthouse

We got our first peek into Gwyneth Paltrow’s light-filled NYC spread when it was featured on goop, her lifestyle website. Now that the home is on the market, we’re getting an even closer look.

Paltrow and her then-husband, Chris Martin, bought the penthouse in 2007. The couple has since split up, and they’re having trouble unloading their shared home. They originally listed in March 2016, just months before their divorce, for $14.25 million. One month later, they dropped the price to $12.85 million.

When there were no bites on the immaculately decorated 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath masterpiece, the listing dropped off the market altogether.

Now it’s back – and with a new price tag of $9.995 million, the 3,892-square-foot residence is looking more tempting than ever.

Photos from Zillow listing.

The entire home is decorated in a palette of soft, inviting tones including pale lavender, muted white tones, grays and touches of silver. Even the kitchen features a white-on-white theme with bookmatched marble and white cabinetry, and a built-in dining nook.

Numerous skylights, 11-foot ceilings and oversized arched windows accentuate the airy, light feeling of the space.

The penthouse is located in the River Lofts, a two-building warehouse conversion in Tribeca that comes with its own set of amenities. Most notably, the building offers a 24-hour doorman, direct access to an indoor parking garage for discreet arrivals/departures, and proximity to the 550-acre Hudson River Park.

The listing is held by Jay Glazer of Compass.


from Zillow Porchlight