Actress and former model Chloë Sevigny has made a respectable profit on her fancy New York City apartment.
The 42-year-old fashion icon’s Brooklyn apartment in the sought-after 9 Prospect Park West co-op building just sold for $2.7 million, according to property records.
While this was a touch below the $2.75 million asking price, it was more than the $2.053 million the “Bloodline” actress paid for it in 2013 after she offloaded her East Village garden pad of 10 years for $1.76 million.
She told the Daily Beast at the time that she left the once gritty East Village as it had become “like a frat house everywhere” and moved to Park Slope as she didn’t want to live in “hip” Brooklyn and instead moved “to the dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood.”
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Her four-bedroom, three-bathroom pre-war apartment in the “white glove” co-op building features beamed ceilings, its own private landing and a foyer with a stylish black-and-white tiled floor, according to the property listing. The pad also has a large living room overlooking Prospect Park with a decorative fireplace and and adjoining dining room.
Two of the bedrooms are also park-facing and come with a large amount of closet space. You wouldn’t expect anything less from a famous fashionista, after all.
Corcoran’s J. Eric Becker and Quinn Hagstrand were the listing agents. A spokesperson for Sevigny declined to comment.