Published on July 12, 2016

The actress—and her tattoo artist husband Scott Campbell—want $3M for the four-story walkup in the historic neighborhood of Clinton Hill.

Built in the 1850s, the Greek Gothic Revival-inspired spread still holds original architectural details, including oak wood floors, panel moldings, wood-burning fireplaces, and lots of custom millwork.

There’s also five bedrooms, three-and- a-half baths, a double-foyer, laundry room, and finished basement (with a walk-in storage vault) inside the spacious abode.

The galley-style kitchen features butcher block countertops, exposed brick walls, and an oversized soap stone sink.

In addition to a guest room and massive master suite, there’s a top floor loft area with vaulted ceilings and a second kitchen for visiting friends and family.

The gorgeous (and enormous) backyard boasts an entertaining patio, terraced garden, outdoor fireplace, fountain, and a 100-year-old Mulberry tree!

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