A Rare New York City Duplex with a Private Pool Wants $14M
Of the many things that the pandemic has brought into perspective, perhaps one of the most real estate-relevant is the desire for outdoor space—an abundance of it, as much as you can get your hands on. In the country, properties with wide-open spaces come with the territory. The same cannot typically be said of the city, and the idea of having a private pool in New York City is almost unimaginable. However, this rare duplex at 565 Broome SoHo has all of that in a sleek and spacious package. Sitting on the 16th floor, the spread with 2,200 square feet of outdoor space and a pool asks $14 million.
Accessed via a key-locked elevator, the apartment spans 3,576 square feet and counts four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms within its floor plan. Even before stepping outside, where we will go momentarily, the home fully embraces its surroundings. Floor-to-ceiling windows lie at every turn, framing the city beyond and maximizing the presence of natural light and blue skies.
Outside, the wraparound terrace holds a 25-foot heated saltwater pool with glistening views all the way to the Freedom Tower. Entertaining, dining, and kitchen areas mirror the interior layout, making alfresco living feel as breezy as it is on the West Coast.
Want more perks? The pristine Renzo Piano-designed building now offers electric vehicle sharing as an amenity, so residents can conveniently book as Tesla in an instant using an app.
Stacy Spielman, Kathleen Weisz, Marc Palermo, and Andrew Anderson of Douglas Elliman hold this luxurious NYC duplex listing.