Emily Blunt and John Krasinski's Park Slope Townhouse Could Turn a $2M Profit
Less than two years after dropping $6 million in Park Slope, celebrity power couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski are putting their historic townhouse on the market.
The four story, seven bedroom residence seemed like the perfect fit for the duo, who are raising two young daughters. The family waited out a $300,000 renovation before moving into the French Renaissance Revival townhouse located on a picture-perfect block in the Park Slope Historic District.
"I’m a history nerd so it was really exciting to me,” Krasinski told the Wall Street Journal.
However, the couple claim they want to see someone in the home who can "spend every night there," and that's just not the case for these Hollywood movers and shakers.
The $8 million listing notes "no expense was spared in this historical and pedigreed renovation." Noted first-floor details include an airy glass entry, artisan-quality crown moldings and millwork, bay windows, detailed inlaid borders, leaded stain glass windows and a wood-burning fireplace.
The chef's kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, a Wolf range and Rohl porcelain sink. Light from the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the communal space, with a private yard located off the back.
It's evident from before and after photos that the couple enjoyed every step of the renovation process.