We’ve got more than “a little respect” for “Erasure” frontman’s Park Slope townhouse

Vince Clarke and the home at 178 Grafield Place (credit: Andrew Hurley via Wikipedia)

We just can’t get enough of this Park Slope townhouse. Currently owned by “Depeche Mode” and “Erasure” founding member Vincent Martin (better known by his stage name Vince Clarke), and his wife Tracy Martin, the home at 178 Garfield Place in Park Slope was just listed for $5.995 million.

According to city records, the home was previously owned by Jenna Lyons, creative director and president of J.Crew. The Martins bought the home from her in 2012 for $4 million.

Vince Clarke wrote the hit single “Just Can’t Get Enough” when he was with Depeche Mode, and he left the band soon after. He helped found the band “Erasure” in 1985, which is famous for songs like “A Little Respect” and “Chains of Love.” Tracy Martin was the chief executive of the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Gowanus, which just closed its doors in December.

The beautiful home they are selling had its interiors done by star interior designers duo Roman and Williams, and was featured in the New York Times Home section. The 3,600-square-foot home has six bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, a fully-furnished cellar and a landscaped garden.