The man behind widely popular shows like Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, and Who Wants to be a Millionaire? is ready for a big life change.
And no, that doesn’t mean that Michael Davies will switch up careers (as far as we know), but rather say ‘good-bye’ to his longtime home at 3 Collister St, New York.
After many years of living in the charming Tribeca townhouse, the president and CEO of Embassy Row has just listed his longtime home for sale, asking $14.995 million for the 5-bedroom, 6-bath home — fitted with his very own man cave.
Offered for sale for the first time publicly (Davies reportedly purchased the property back in 2005 in an off-market deal), the stunning townhouse at 3 Collister Street has quite a few things going for it.
With 6,670 square feet of space, 3 Collister Street offers all the advantages of townhouse living and those of a fully serviced building combined.
Its residents can enjoy the privacy of the masterfully designed townhouse — that even includes its own private elevator — while also tapping into the modern amenities of a full-service white-glove building designed by BKSK Architects, The Hubert.
Priced at $14,995 million, the property is represented by high profile agents and industry veterans from both Douglas Elliman (Tamer Howard, Raphael DeNiro, Matt DeGroot, Maggie Leigh Marshall) and The Agency (Billy Rose and Natasha Barrett).
The home can be accessed either through its private entrance on the quiet Collister Street, or through the 24-hour attended lobby at 7 Hubert Street, and comes with its own private garage.
Some of niftiest features of the property: 20’ floor-to-ceiling windows, an architecturally dramatic staircase that leads into the master suite level, walk-in closet, wine cellar, and a private landscaped garden. Not to mention the full-size private roof deck lined with mature boxwood hedges.
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