norah jones’ cobble hill carriage house
The sultry singer just snatched up the charming Brooklyn chalet seen in Eat, Pray, Love.
Published Sep 16, 2015 6:00 AM
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The talented performer shelled out $6.25 million for the former firehouse. Originally built in 1840, the beloved-neighborhood bungalow is comprised of two separate units that when combined offer a four-to-six-bedroom space.
The three-story spread boasts a 2,125 square foot main floor with double-height ceilings and oversized skylights.
The charismatic cottage features historical details like arched windows, exposed beams, and wood-plank floors throughout the space.
In addition to offering massive wood-burning fireplace, the house also includes a second-floor terrace with scenic outdoor views.
Outside there’s a private glass greenhouse to provide year-round vegetables and flowers for Jones.