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Winklevoss twins list Soho penthouse for $17 million



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It’s not the Metaverse, however it’s a gut-renovated Soho penthouse triplex — and Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, early bitcoin billionaires, have put it on the market for the very actual worth of $16.95 million.

The gorgeous three-bedroom, 3½-bath, gut-renovated bachelor pad is at 20 Greene St., a seven-story constructing that dates to 1915 within the historic Forged Iron District.

The twins — who moved from a $65 million settlement with Mark Zuckerberg’s Fb to creating their very own bitcoin change and becoming NFT pioneers who launched their own Nifty Gateway clearinghouse for digital artwork — purchased the penthouse for $14.5 million in 2014. 

The 4,300-square-foot loft encompasses a sprawling 2,200 sq. toes of out of doors area and panoramic views of the town type Hudson Yards to the Freedom Tower and the Empire State Constructing.

The penthouse opens to a semi-private elevator touchdown into the primary degree, with arched home windows and hovering ceilings.

Interior of one of the home's bedrooms.
Certainly one of three bedrooms contained in the penthouse.
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Winklevoss penthouse
Soak up gorgeous metropolis views from the house’s 2,200 sq. toes of out of doors area.
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Interior of a closet inside the penthouse.
The Inexperienced Road pad isn’t wanting of closet area.
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The dual billionaire crypto entrepreneurs have smart-wired the house, natch. It’s anchored by a gasoline fire and gallery-length wall.

There’s additionally an open chef’s kitchen and a floating staircase that takes you to the second and third ranges.

On the second degree, a sliding door of metal and glass opens to a library/den/media room with customized millwork, wall paneling, a gasoline fire and a dry bar. The primary important bed room suite can be on this flooring.

Interior of the home's eat-in kitchen.
The penthouse’s open eat-in kitchen.
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Interior of the home's dining area.
A cocktail party-friendly space contained in the penthouse.
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The second degree has two bedrooms and two massive terraces. A wall of sliding glass doorways results in one other terrace.

The third degree has a moist bar and entry to the most important terrace and sweeping metropolis views. 

The itemizing brokers are Steven Cohen and Timothy Malone of Douglas Elliman.