Theodore Roosevelt’s heir sells $4 million loft in Tribeca

The great-great-grandson of U.S. president, Rough Rider, adventurer and conservationist Theodore Roosevelt giving his luxury loft apartment one final salute. The heir to one of the nation’s most beloved leaders and his wife, Serena Torrey, sold his five-room apartment for $4.1 million.

Located in the Fisher Mills Condominium at 62 Beach Street, the corner three-bedroom, three-bathroom home, features exposed brick, wood beams, built-in bookcases, a marble bathroom and a big stick (just kidding).

Roosevelt V, a businessman and environmentalist, paid $3.2 million for the loft in 2007. The buyer was Dayna Dumbrill Goldman Sachs Investment Management Division Operations chief of staff.

Roosevelt V was a senior vice president in the leverage finance group at Lehman Brothers and its successor, Barclays Capital. More recently, he then joined the hedge fund GoldenTree Asset Management. Roosevelt is currently a board member of the New York League of Conservation Voters and is the vice chair of ecoAmerica. In a move his conservationist ancestor would surely be proud of, Roosevelt V helped get the American bison named the National Mammal in 2016.

President Roosevelt was famously shot while giving a speech, rather than feeling, he stood his ground and finished the speech with a bullet lodged in his chest. It seems that grit has been passed down through the family, as Roosevelt V has competed in multiple full length Ironman races.

Here is a look inside the spacious 1,857-square-foot spread.