Actress, rebel “it” girl and style icon Chloe Sevigny is cutting ties with her Brooklyn co-op after just three years. She’s asking $2.75 million.
The classic seven is located at 9 Prospect Park West, one of the most desirable co-ops in Brooklyn, according to Brownstoner, who spotted the listing.
Sevigny, who has starred in “Kids,” “Boy’s Don’t Cry,” “Party Monster,” “Brown Bunny,” and “Big Love,” picked up the apartment in October 2013, paying $2.05 million — about $300,000 above the asking price.
Sevigny made the move to Brooklyn after spending roughy a decade on 10th Street in the East Village.
“[W]alking around the East Village, I just want to cry at the state of it. There are so many fuckin’ jocks everywhere! It’s like a frat house everywhere,” Sevigny told the Daily Beast at the time of her move. “[W]here are the real weirdos? The real outcasts?”
“I was like, “Get me the fuck out of here,” she said of house hunting in Manhattan. “I was looking around a lot in Manhattan, but the prices were exorbitant. And then I looked in Brooklyn, and I didn’t want to live in “hip” Brooklyn, so I moved out to the dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood— Park Slope.”
But it might be back to Manhattan for Sevigny, who LLNYC spotted touring a Mercer Street apartment in October. That apartment has since sold.
Her current digs comes with direct elevator access, four bedrooms, three full baths, beamed ceilings, a fireplace and park views.
So come on dorks, get it while its hot.