The sprawling Manhattan duplex home of gallerist and filmmaker couple Dominique Lévy and Dorothy Berwin has hit the market for $16.5m.
Set over 5,000 sq ft, the apartment at 170 East End Avenue was designed by architect (and frequent Louis Vuitton collaborator) Peter Marino. He combined two units to create the home for the power-duo, who have lived there since 2007.
The Manhattan property’s great room features soaring 20-ft-tall ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the East River and nearby Carl Schulz Park. Branching off this space is an oak-panelled corner library, which leads to an adjoining office with wet bar (a second study can be found off the dining room).
Around 2,186 sq ft of landscaped, multi-level terraces come with the property, and three of the four bedrooms have direct access to this outdoor space. The terraces have an in-built irrigation system, a pond and even a feature waterfall.
Back inside, an iron and wood staircase leads to the upper gallery of the duplex – listed via agents Lauren Muss and Michael Orme of Douglas Elliman – which overlooks the great room, and leads onto the master bedroom and a guest room, both of which have private balconies.
Additional perks inside the Upper East Side property include a 150-bottle wine cellar, as well as smart home technology in the form of integrated sound system, temperature control and electronic window treatments – in case you fancy a bit of privacy.