Whoever said that Bitcoin couldn’t get you rich clearly doesn’t know about Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss. The twins are early bitcoin billionaires, and proof of it is their gorgeous Soho penthouse triplex that is currently on sale for a whopping $17 million.
Consisting of three bedrooms and 3½-baths, the bachelor pad is situated at the swanky 20 Greene St. – a seven-story building that dates to 1915 in the historic Cast Iron District. The twins, who are better known for suing Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook, bought the New York City penthouse for $14.5 million in 2014.
The 4,300-square-foot loft features 2,200 square feet of outdoor space (terrace) that opens to panoramic views of the Freedom Tower, Hudson Yards, and Empire State Building. It comes with a semi-private elevator landing on the first level, which opens to a sitting area before entering a vast living room and dining area.
While the first floor boasts a kitchen, bedroom, a full and half-bathroom, as well as a library-media room, the second floor contains the master bedroom with its own bathroom and two large walk-in closets, as well as a third bedroom.
Finally, on the third floor, one can walk out to the terrace that is complete with an outdoor bar and ample space for entertaining guests. Needless to say, the home is smart wired with a gas fireplace, a gallery-length wall, and a host of other modern amenities.
The stylish bachelor pad is currently listed with Steven Cohen and Timothy Malone of Douglas Elliman and could be yours for the $17 million ask! Care to invest in this luxe wonder?
[Via: New York Post]