Emily Blunt and John Krasinki’s Perfect Brooklyn Home Is Off the Market
The stunning interior is worth every million.
Published May 3, 2018 1:00 PM
We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but you can no longer buy Emily Blunt and John Krasinski’s historic Park Slope townhouse. The property, which initially went on the market in September 2017, just sold for $6.56 million—a little below the $8 million asking price, but given the incredible success of everyone’s favorite celeb couple’s new movie A Quiet Place, we think they’ll be just fine.
In fact, this balance between old and new defines the decor of the entire property. The French Renaissance revival-style home boasts detailed inlaid hardwood floors through most of the residence and artisan-quality crown moldings and millwork.
In the front parlor, the more traditional elements are contrasted with bright teal velvet chairs and a contemporary brass chandelier. The front parlor, which leads into a middle parlor (casual), has a stunning gallery art display that takes up practically an entire wall.
Upstairs, the master suite floor—yes, a whole floor—includes a master bathroom with a stained glass skylight, as well as access to a second-story terrace.
But perhaps the most impressive feature of the house comes in the form of something that’s all too rare in New York real estate: outside space. The home has an outdoor area with patio furniture for entertaining, as well as tall wooden fences that provide a private oasis in the middle of the city.
This story was originally published September 1, 2017. It was updated with new information May 3, 2018.
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