Per 6sqft, Diamond, and his director-wife Tamra Davis, bought the four-story, 3,200 square foot spread in 2013.
Originally built in 1853, the Italianate brick-style spread boasts tons of original details, such as wide plank floors, marble mantels, wood-burning fireplaces, and crown moulding.
The white marble-and-wood-clad kitchen has locally-built hanging glass shelves and opens out to a large patio and grill for BBQs and hangouts.
The ground floor screening room is covered in custom-created “Brooklyn Toile” wallpaper—now available for purchase in different colors!
The home holds a total of five bedrooms, including the top-floor master suite that features a dressing room as well as an en suite bathroom with skylights.
There palatial pad also offers a formal office, dining room, second kitchen—made of subway tile and reclaimed wood—laundry room, cellar, and an enormous backyard. No wonder it sold within a month of listing for almost $5.7M!