NYC’s Mystery Marble House Is Secretly Selling For Over $17 Million

One of the city’s most unusual residences, Marble House has just sold for $17.25 million in a secret off-market deal that Gimme can exclusively reveal.

The splashy Tribeca triplex duplex is 80 feet wide and has its own pool — and lots of marble. It was first listed in 2009 for $24.5 million.

Seller is 8 Mile producer Stuart Parr, founder of Stuart Parr Design.

At 9,300 square feet, the “mini mansion” at 60 Collister St., also known as 157 Hudson St., has five bedrooms and six bathrooms.

The most quirky and decadent feature of the home is the ground floor “quarry room” with Carrara marble floors, walls and ceilings and a 45 foot heated salt water pool.

Interior of a bedroom in the marble house.
One of five bedrooms in Parr’s former home, now sold.
Pictures by Evan Joseph
Interior of the sauna of the house.
The Marble House features a sauna and steam room.
Pictures by Evan Joseph

There’s also a sauna, steam room, 1,000-bottle wine cave, 12-seat theater, heated floors, £400 front door and even private parking.

The five-story building dates back to 1866 and was originally built as a coach house.

The main level opens to a gallery hall with six oversized windows and three Murano glass chandeliers, leading to a 77-foot living room with a library/study, along with a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen made of marble with a two-ton Marble sink and butler’s pantry.

Interior shot of the living room of the marble house.
There is a 77-foot living room in the strange digs.
Pictures by Evan Joseph
The indoor pool of the house.
Yes, even the indoor pool is marbled.
Pictures by Evan Joseph

Upstairs is a 1,000 square foot master bedroom suite with a Palladian window, dressing room, Carrara marble bathroom with beveled glass, nickel and plaster walls and four other bedrooms, marble clad bathrooms, custom cabinetry and herringbone oak floors.

The lower level features the marble indoor pool, as well as a media room, games room/gym, lounge, and the sauna and steam rooms.

The listing brokers were Andrew Anderson and Bruce Ehrmann of Douglas Elliman.

The buyer was represented by Eric Prigot and Adam Miller of Compass. NYC’s Mystery Marble House Is Secretly Selling For Over $17 Million


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