After selling her East Village garden apartment for $1.76 million in 2013 (the area had become too much like a frat house for her liking), indie darling Chloë Sevigny moved to Park Slope, which she chose, as Brownstoner notes, to avoid “hip” Brooklyn in favor of the “dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood.” She paid $2,053,000 for a pre-war co-op at 9 Prospect Park West, modernizing the home with an updated kitchen, cerused oak floors, and a sophisticated mix of classic furniture and interesting artwork. But perhaps the Slope has become too trendy for her as well, as she’s listed the home for $2.75 million.
The 2,100-square-foot home is entered through a formal foyer, which acts as a central hub, opening up to all areas. The living room has a decorative fireplace, beamed ceilings, views of the park, and double doors that lead into the dining room.
What’s now configured as a home office was originally the pantry, and this space’s built-in cabinetry served as the inspiration for the kitchen renovation, which now has polished concrete floors, white subway tiles on the walls, black granite counters, and new cabinetry and appliances.
There are two large bedrooms in the front of the home facing the park, one of which is the master, both with en-suite bathrooms. In the back, off the kitchen, are two smaller bedrooms.
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Neighborhoods : Park Slope