Those in New York City know just how precious real estate space is, so we’re kind of in awe of the massive 5,200-square-foot Brooklyn townhouse that celeb power couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt just put on the market.
The four-story limestone in the coveted Park Slope neighborhood features seven bedrooms and three and a half baths.
Originally built in 1909 in the French Renaissance revival style, it’s got stunning details throughout including crown molding, inlaid floors and tons of sunlight-streaming windows (another hot feature for city apartments).
On the first floor, you’ll find a front parlor with a beautiful bay window, a middle parlor with built-in bookcases and a wood burning fireplace, and a formal dining room with stained glass windows and built-in glass cabinets.
The kitchen features white cabinets along with an island that features a large Rohl porcelain sink. We can just imagine cooking with friends and family in the sun-drenched room.
Up the grand stairway you’ll find the master suite floor which holds a large bedroom and elegant bathroom complete with his and her sinks atop a marble countertop. There’s also a den with a gas fireplace and access to a second story terrace on the floor.
One floor up, you’ll find four more bedrooms and a bathroom. Plus, there’s a front guest suite and a spacious family room on the garden level that gives your guests a nice place to stay.
Another rare feature of the New York City property? A spacious yard paved with stone surrounded by a cedar fence, providing plenty of privacy.
The family has only owned the home since January 2016, when they bought it for $6 million. But it looks like they’ll be making some extra cash if it goes for what they’re asking for now: $8 million.
The two are no strangers to buying up (and selling!) property. In fact, they recently purchased a six-bedroom townhouse in the same neighborhood.
See more pictures of their home that’s currently for sale at Trulia.