“Today” show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie and her husband, former democratic advisor Michael Feldman, have shelled out $11.35 million in an all-cash deal for a Brooklyn townhouse, The Post can report.
Located in Brooklyn Heights, overlooking the East River, property records obtained by The Post reveal the pair closed on the six-bedroom, four-bathroom residence at the start of 2023.
The move comes on the heels of listing their Manhattan pad of five years for $7.1 million — $14,000 less than they paid for it.
Guthrie, 51, previously said she was ready to give up their full-floor loft in exchange for a townhouse in the city, describing it as having a “vision and dream” of living in one.
That said, a source told The Post that the NBC fixture is in the process of renovating her “dream” four-floor Greek Revival townhouse.
The property is already off to a lavish start.
Occupying 4,500 square feet, features include an expansive parlor, a kitchen with white oak cabinetry and a quartz center island, a butler’s pantry, and three large outdoor spaces.
The primary suite occupies a full floor, and comes with a seating area and a walk-in closet “inspired by Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment,” the listing noted.
It also comes with a spa-like bathroom featuring a white oak floating double vanity, a freestanding oval bathtub, a glassed-in shower and heated marble floors.
The third level has the remaining three bedrooms and a laundry room.
Guthrie is also taking on an apartment on the garden floor, which was previously used as a rental. But it’s likely this will be a part of the renovation process to blend the home together.
Built in 1844, the property has already undergone renovations by the architectural firm Baxt Ingui.
Jennifer Crouse with R New York held the listing.
Meanwhile, Guthrie and Feldman also have an upstate New York getaway to escape the city when needed with their two children.
They paid $2.7 million for that five-bedroom, five-bathroom estate overlooking the Catskills.
The Post has reached out for comment.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.