Per 6sqft, Streep let go of the Greek Revival-style spread—originally built in 1895—all the way back in 2004.
The five-story estate offers six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a formal dining room, finished basement—complete with a laundry room—and a garden-level guest apartment.
There are also 12-ft ceilings, French doors, floor-to-ceiling windows, original moldings, and six ventless fireplaces inside the 6,500 square foot space.
The bright orange commercial-grade kitchen opens directly out to the garden and features with four ovens, two refrigerators, and seating for up to sixteen.
The Calacatta marble-clad master bath spans the entire width of the townhouse and includes a cast iron soaking tub and fireplace.
Fitting to the pad’s nearly $30M price tag, the posh place also boasts a backyard garden and dining area plus another rooftop garden and patio with panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.