A Ukrainian-born tequila mogul is placing his New York Metropolis seashore manse on the public sale block.
Edward Geyman, founding father of Laneta Tequila — and CEO of glass-making firm Carvart — is placing his house up for public sale on April 27 with Misha Haghani’s Paramount Realty together with itemizing brokers Victoria Shtainer of Compass, and Samuel Horowitz of Samuel Realty Group.
He says that he’s promoting the house at public sale to draw a “distinctive purchaser” and that the sale has nothing to do with the continuing battle in Ukrainian.
The house, at 151 Seashore 146th St., is in Neponsit, a beachfront group in Queens, and the “urged” opening bid is $4.5 million. It was initially asking $7 million.
At 6,500 sq. toes, it options Atlantic Ocean views and outside area from all 5 bedrooms.
An ornate hearth in a lounge. Tim Hill Picture
One of many Neponsit mansion’s 5 bedrooms.Tim Hill Picture
The Seashore Road unfold’s fancy wood-rife and chandeliered kitchen.Tim Hill Picture
The house was in-built 2007, “simply steps from the seashore,” and couldn’t be duplicated at an analogous value level, the brokers observe.
The mansion boasts an indoor and outside pool, sauna rooms and a rooftop deck with ocean views.
There’s additionally a proper lounge and eating room, personal elevator and white marble stairs with a handcrafted iron and walnut staircase.
The residence sports activities an indoor pool.Tim Hill Picture
And, in fact, an outside one as effectively.Tim Hill Picture
Design particulars embody balconies, a porch, crown and ornamental moldings, columns, hardwood flooring, marble mosaics, excessive ceilings and oversize home windows.
Geyan’s father, a third-generation glass artisan, based Carvart when he emigrated from Ukraine.
The corporate now makes every part from pandemic-friendly partitions for eating places like Electrical Lemon to Hudson Yards glass for brand spanking new luxurious condos, with shoppers operating the gamut from Christian Dior to an airport in Austin, Texas.
Geyman based Laneta Tequila throughout the pandemic and designed the glass bottle; the distillery is in Mexico.