Chloë Sevigny Moving Out Of ‘Dorkiest, Hokiest’ Brooklyn Nabe

Chloë Sevigny Moving Out Of ‘Dorkiest, Hokiest’ Brooklyn Nabe
Photo via Corcoran

Actress Chloë Sevigny is packing up and moving out of Park Slope, the area she once described as “the dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood.”

Sevigny purchased the four-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment at 9 Prospect Park West, “one of the most desirable prewar co-ops in Brooklyn,” for $2.05 million in 2013. She put the luxury pad back on the market in December 2016 and just sold it for $2.7 million on March 24.

The 2,100-square-foot unit in “Park Slope’s finest, full service ‘white glove’ cooperative building” features a full-time doorman, views of Prospect Park, an eat-in kitchen, loads of closet space, and a decorative fireplace.

The unit does not have laundry (though a washer and dryer can be added) and does not allow dogs.

Floor Plan via Corcoran

The actress previously lived in a one-bedroom in the East Village at 119 East 10th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues. She sold that co-op for $1.76 million before heading across the river to Brooklyn.

No word on where the actress is headed next.

Check out Corcoran’s listing for the Prospect Park West apartment here and click here to see what the posh digs looked like before Sevigny moved in.


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