There's nothing Goopier than Gwyneth Paltrow's Tribeca penthouse, and it's back on the market for the reduced price of $9.995 million.
Paltrow and former husband Chris Martin of Coldplay bought the three bedroom, three and a half bath property in 2007. After they consciously uncoupled, the penthouse was first for sale in March 2016 for $14.25 million; a month later, they dropped the price to $12.85 million, and still with no buyers, the listing was dropped—until now.
The 3,892 square foot space is on the top floor of a converted warehouse building. The color palette is all soft shades of lavender, white, gray, and silver, resulting in a "carefully composed environment melding color and texture to create a sense of refinement," according to the listing. It is quite ethereal, especially when you consider the swing made from an antique carved door from India in the living room.
There are terraces off of the great room and the master bedroom for al fresco dining or morning coffee (basically the only two things every listing with a terrace ever mentions—what if you want to use your terrace to breed hybrid tomato potatoes, or spy on your neighbors?).
Don't invite guests over, though; they'll "want to linger in the spectacular white-on-white kitchen lined with delightful banquette seating and sunny terrace views." You'll never get rid of them! But if you do accidentally invite people over, "wine refrigeration and water filtration ensure that you're equally well-equipped to serve a large dinner party or a simple breakfast with ease." With recipes from It's All Good, we presume.
The master bedroom suite is a retreat from the hardships of running a lifestyle empire. There are four custom closets that "attend to wardrobe needs while the sky lit en-suite bathroom soothes away the stresses of the day with heated floors, a walk-in steam shower, deep soaking tub, dual-sink vanity and Kohler fixtures."
Building amenities include a "24-hour doorman, a newly renovated fitness center, bicycle room, full-time superintendent and direct elevator access to the indoor garage providing discreet arrivals and departures." A steal for $10 million.