Across from the dining room, the kitchen is clad in sleek black marble, featuring an eat-in center island, minimal white floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, and sleek high-end stainless steel appliances, including a wine fridge and a range hood hidden behind white oak panels.
In the primary bedroom, a cloudy and starry gray wall mural behind the bed is the handiwork of Dean Barger Studios. The spacious suite also boasts a fireplace and a sprawling dressing room done up with custom millwork and closets fronted with antiqued mirrors. The marble and bluestone ensuite bathroom is accessed through the dressing room and is equipped with dual sinks, a roomy glass-walled shower, and a soaking tub complete with a small flat-screen TV. From there, a bonus room is set up as an office-slash-guest room, which connects back to the great room.
Records show that the couple spent $7.1 million on the modern 3,735-square-foot space back in 2017, around the time that Guthrie listed her previous Tribeca pad for $6 million. The listing is held by Cortnee Glasser of Sotheby’s International Realty’s East Side Manhattan Brokerage.