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See Inside Meryl Streep's Stunning NYC Penthouse

The Oscar award-winning actress just listed the Tribeca home for $25 million.
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If you've ever wondered how an Oscar award-winning actress lives in New York City, the wait is over. Meryl Streep just listed her luxurious Tribeca penthouse for $25 million. Complete with four bedrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows offering expansive city views, the property, which Streep shared with her husband, Donald Gummer, since 2006, is as glamorous as you'd expect. Scroll down for a look inside the one-of-a-kind apartment.

The property is almost 4,000 square feet and was designed by Tsao & McKown architects.


There's a direct elevator entry, a skylit entrance gallery and Brazilian walnut plank floors throughout the space.

The living room is complete with a wood-burning fireplace. 


The dining room. 


The high-end Varenna kitchen is outfitted with state-of-the-art appliances.


It comes with a double-wide Sub-Zero refrigerator, two Miele ovens, a six-burner cooktop, and a Bosch dishwasher. Plus, the dark butcher block island provides ample space for cooking.

A look at the master suite.


It features two bathrooms, two dressing rooms, and a relaxing sitting area.

The home has four bathrooms.


Here's one of the dressing rooms.


The penthouse is surrounded on three sides by a 10-foot-wide terrace.


*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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