Location: 76 Crosby Street, New York, NY

Square Footage: 6,792

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 5 bedrooms & 4.5 bathrooms

Price: $24,500,000

Power couple Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos have listed their NYC penthouse for a hefty $24,500,000. Located at 76 Crosby Street, the couple purchased the apartment in┬áJune 2005 for $9,500,000 and spent the next couple of years and most likely millions of dollars putting their own touches on it. It features approximately 6,792 square feet of living space spread over 2 floors. The first floors features 12′ ceilings, large living room, eat-in gourmet kitchen, master bedroom suite, guest powder room, den/library, laundry room and 3 additional bedrooms (2 en-suite). As you ascend the modern staircase, you are greeted by the formal dining room on the 2nd floor. The 2nd floor also features a bedroom suite, home office, gym, media room, galley style service kitchen and a 2,500 square foot rooftop terrace with BBQ area, covered living/dining area, hot tub and an outdoor shower.

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  • mak

    How does that work, with the main kitchen downstairs and the dining up? Look at the flight of stairs, too. That would be enormously difficult to manage without some kind of dumb waiter/elevator capability. I can see that it has what looks like a service kitchen on the second floor, but it’s hardly large enough for one person to work in.




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    • Grrrowler

      There’s a dumbwaiter connecting the butler’s pantry to the service kitchen; it’s marked on the lower level plans. Still, it’s a good long way for the food to travel.




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      • mak

        Ahhh. I see that. Still, I would imagine that it gets little use in that configuration unless there is more then one staff involved. Who wants to schlep the food over to the dumbwaiter, walk up the stairs, and then unload it, and move it to the dining table and back again, especially if there was more than one course served. I have a hard enough time with a dining room that is immediately adjacent to my kitchen. If they just had a cook, it would be highly annoying.




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        • Grrrowler

          I do agree. I think it makes no sense whatsoever to put a dining room more than a butler’s pantry length from the kitchen. I think a dumbwaiter only makes sense when it’s in place to serve secondary dining spaces.




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    • Kenny Forder

      It doesn’t make sense to me either. Usually in a space like this the dining room would be part of the living room; open concept.




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      • lambskin

        I did not think that she eats so it would not matter..




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      • Stephen

        It may not make sense but I believe the reason all townhouses and some duplex/triplexs are like this because the chefs would be downstairs cooking while you were upstairs entertaining. Townhouses especially, it is rare to see a kitchen on the same floor as the dining room.




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  • Daniel

    Nice open spaces and not much else. Mak pointed out a big flaw, even though that would be the staff’s problem and not the owners.




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  • Randy

    I have a vision of all the Kelly Ripa magic happening in that sexy secluded hottub. (my mind is in the gutter)




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  • Grrrowler

    I hate the white and brown, with shocks of red, color scheme. But, I like the background a lot. With some more creative furnishings, and a lot less red, it could be really nice.




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  • lambskin

    I think that the outside spaces are beautiful.




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  • george

    Buy for 9.5, wait 8 years, go through the worst real estate market in memory, ask for a 15 mil. profit, are they out of their minds.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Yeah, you beat me to that assertion. 2005 was when some of the highest prices were being commanded, so to more than double the price in what is still a down market is ludicrous.




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  • Venom

    Is there a better photo of her kitchen? I wonder if her appliances are Electrolux, I bet not.




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  • Chris

    I like the sofas in picture 6. The price is way too insane for this economy.




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  • Organbrett

    Venom, I was thinking the same thing with the theme to “Bewitched” playing in my head! Does anyone know what WR means in the floor plans? I thought maybe the one downstairs was for WB as a wet bar, but then I noticed the same marking in the upstairs service kitchen. I presume it must be an appliance of some sort.




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    • architect121

      I believe the WR refers to a wine refrigerator




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