152 Reade Street is a spectacular 25-foot wide mansion in the heart of TriBeCa. Originally designed by the pioneer of TriBeCa's modernization John L. Petrarca of Guenther Petrarca, this truly unique residence has been completely redesigned and customized by Philip Koether Architects and holds historical significance being one of the first, and very few, single-family homes built in the area in more than a century.
Standing seven floors high, the home consists of five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two half bathrooms, four separate outdoor spaces and fully outfitted cellar floor. This stunning residence features soaring ceiling heights, a private elevator, Italian marble and iron spiral staircase with motion-activated lighting system, Sonos audio system, 100-gallon fish tank, wood-burning fireplace, multiple wine storage units as well as custom closets and cabinetry throughout.
Entry through the main foyer greets you with grand 11-foot high ceilings as you walk through to the Bulthaup-designed chef's kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances by Gaggenau, Sub-Zero and Bosch, granite countertops and custom cabinetry and storage. Other main floor features include a foyer dressing room, powder room and laundry room.
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Originally known as the “Triangle Below Canal,” Tribeca is the chicest and most affluent neighborhood in Manhattan.
While the area is neither flashy nor quaint, it has all the amenities that make life comfortable: well-maintained parks, notable restaurants, family friendly venues, quiet streets, luxurious spas and more. The 19th century mercantile architecture that dominates the neighborhood is both austerely beautiful and uniquely well suited to the luxurious, massive lofts favored by its inhabitants. The cobblestone streets are wide, ... read more