Peek Inside Meryl Streep’s Manhattan Penthouse for Sale

updated May 3, 2019
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Meryl Streep’s home, like Meryl Streep, could be or do anything. It could be a designed in the Grecian bohemian styled laid back vibe like her persona in Mamma Mia, all the way to the more proper and posh digs of her character in Florence Foster Jenkins. In actuality, the Tribeca home—a penthouse in the River Lofts at 92 Laight Street—is somewhere in between, and it’s been listed for a whopping $24.6 million.

The hardest part of the news is it could mean New Yorkers losing Streep to sunny California, where Streep and her husband scooped up an incredible mid-century home just north of Los Angeles.

The penthouse feels particularly in line with one of her most iconic characters, Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada. Sleek lines and an airy space are accented with a few choice antique pieces, wooden armoires or chairs with a certain pretty patina, that bring the home to life. The 4,000 square foot penthouse has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, with a wrap around terrace overlooking the Hudson River. The art on the walls, modern-looking works for her modern home’s aesthetic, match the overall design perfectly, as if they came from the home of one of her characters.

Often in New York, celebrity real estate listings feature wide-open spaces to entertain with lavish parties. Streep’s home offers a different style, with space that suits an casual dinner party, a home that one actually feels at home in. Tiny additions like a wooden island in the kitchen or claw foot tub in the master bathroom make the listing a place to get away and relax after a long day.

The listing is being managed by Douglas Elliman’s Steve Halprin and Jan Hashey, who had no comment on the property or its Oscar-winning owner.