If you have $18.5 million, what would you do? Buy a car, put up a business, travel around the world or invest in a house —probably Meryl Streep's lavish penthouse?

Streep's Tribeca penthouse is back on the market and any interested buyers or onlookers are welcome to see how astounding it is. Check out the uploaded YouTube video of Page Six exhibiting the actress' lavish penthouse.

Streep's almost 4,000 square-foot penthouse features four bedrooms and four and half baths, according to the report of CNBC. Locate in River Lofts, 92 Laight Street, New York City, the lavish penthouse also has a media room and a fireplace.

The highlight of Streep's penthouse is her wrap-around terrace, whose entrance or access point is the beautifully designed small study room. Moving out to the terrace, one will see the stunning views the lower Manhattan and the Hudson River. The place also has a private elevator leading up to the long gallery with sky light. With an open floor plan, the living and the dining rooms are just adjacent to each other.

The kitchen inside Streep's penthouse has a large wooden center isle table with built-in white cabinets and state-of-the art appliances. The entire floor is made of Brazilian walnut floors with dark wooden accents. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow an ample amount of sunlight to enter the loft giving it a vibrant, energetic vibe.

Streep's penthouse also boasts a master suite with two walk-in closet and two bathrooms. The superb master bedroom also provides a direct access to the terrace —a perfect spot to indulge one's self with a full view of the breathtaking New York scenery.

Streep's penthouse was initially listed for the price of $24.6 million. Switching from Douglas Elliman to Sotheby's International Realty, the 70-year-old American actress re-listed the penthouse for $18.25 million with a price drop of $6.35 million.

Streep reportedly told Wall Street Journal that the penthouse was a great home for her and husband Don Gummer, and she could only hope that the family who would buy the house would enjoy it as much as they did. Recollecting her memories of the place, Streep, who's been married since 1978 to Gummer, a sculptor, told the news publication how she did gardening under the stars on hot days and sat by the fire during cold seasons as the snow piled up in the terrace.

Meryl Streep, Don Gummer
Cast member Meryl Streep and her husband Don Gummer arrive for the New York premiere of the film "The Iron Lady" in New York December 13, 2011. REUTERS

Why sell this gorgeous place though?

Streep is relocating to West Coast after buying a new home in Pasadena, California. The penthouse is listed with Sotheby's International Realty's Juliette Janssens and Allison Bandier Koffman, New York Curbed reported.

Streep and Gummer reportedly bought the penthouse for $10.13 million back in 2006. The Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress has a reported estimated net worth of $90 million.