Holly Hunter seems to be a perennial house hunter. In 2014, the Academy Award-winning actress sold her Greenwich Village apartment for $7.6 million. Now, she’s selling again, according to the Post. Hunter has just listed her 19th-century Brooklyn brownstone at 20 South Oxford Street, half a block away from Fort Greene Park, for $4.5 million. Built in 1864, the four-bedroom Italianate home is filled with original details.
There are five decorative fireplaces with their original marble mantels, high ceilings, and beautiful, original wide-plank and inlaid floors
There is also a ground-level garden apartment that can be used as an income-producing rental. And an expansive, southern-lit garden that receives south light that can be accessed from the parlor floor’s large deck.
Hunter bought the home in 2014 for $3.3 million after what may have been a bidding war, since it had only been listed for $2.65 million.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Photo of Holly Hunter via Wiki Commons
Neighborhoods : Fort Greene