Jimmy Choo Co-Founder Tamara Mellon Cuts the Price on Her Upper East Side Penthouse to $25M

The living room accesses one of the home's three terraces.Earlier this month, Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon picked up an $18.4M condo at the Greenwich Lane and it’s made her even more motivated to sell her penthouse in the Upper East Side’s Carhart Mansion. Curbed reports that the duplex has gotten another price cut, despite the last one happening only a few months ago and now lists for $25M—$9M less than its original list price—with Compass’s Keith Copley, Pascual Ortiz and Trisha Goff.

The palatial duplex spans more than 7,000 square feet and is full of elegant details like the herringbone oak floors and an ornate marble-and-tile powder room on the first level. The elevator opens to a gallery leading into the sunken living room, which features soaring ceilings and an exotic stone fireplace. The first level also houses the skylit chef's kitchen and formal dining room along with the master suite. Not surprisingly, the master bedroom features a walk-in dressing room with endless built-in shoe storage. A south-facing terrace with limestone columns and a loggia are also located on this level. Upstairs, there is a media room and home office and an additional wraparound terrace.

5 Bedrooms
4½ Bathrooms
7,140 sq. ft.
$25 Million

Contact: Keith Copley, Pascual Ortiz and Trisha Goff at Compass, compass.com

A grand entry gallery leads to the rest of the home. The kitchen has three skylights. The kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances. A fireplace anchors the formal dining room. The great room features herringbone wood floors and window seats. The living room leads out to the loggia, which features limestone columns. The master bedroom has dramatic arched windows. Her walk-in dressing room has plenty of built-in shoe storage. All of the bedrooms are spacious and bright. The penthouse features three terraces. One of the penthouse's three terraces features an outdoor entertainment center.