‘Talk Stoop’ host Cat Greenleaf selling $3M Boerum Hill townhouse with reclaimed beams from a Catskills barn
If the stoop of this Greek Revival brick rowhouse at 92 Wyckoff Street in Boerum Hill looks familiar, that’s because it belongs to Cat Greenleaf, host of NBC’s “Talk Stoop” talk show where she interviews celebrities on her front steps (h/t Curbed). She and husband Michael Rey bought the home in 2006 for $850,000, and have now listed it for just a hair under $3 million. This comes after a significant renovation that outfitted the charming house with wide-plank wood floors, barn doors, exposed brick walls, and a mix of the original ceiling beams paired with those reclaimed from a Catskills barn.
The home is configured as a three bedroom owner’s duplex with a one-bedroom rental apartment on the garden floor. The owners get to enjoy the open, lofty parlor floor, which is framed by the reclaimed beams. A more modern open kitchen sits to the back of the space, but still features country details like exposed brick and barn beams. It also has a door that leads to a patio and backyard.
There are three bedrooms upstairs on the third floor, as well as a full bathroom. The master comes with a big walk-in closet.
Here’s a look at the charming garden–perfect for an outdoor dinner party!–from the deck off the kitchen.
Greenleaf started filming on her stoop in 2009 for Taxi TV (which is now being phased out), and it debuted nationally on the USA Network in 2013. No word on if the show will relocate to a different stoop.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran