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Chloë Sevigny’s chic and stylish $3.9M Park Slope home

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Actress and fashion it girl Chloë Sevigny has sold her fabulous New York Park Slope apartment, after it was listed for briefly late last year

Chloë Sevigny’s chic and stylish $3.9M Park Slope home

Actress and fashion it girl Chloë Sevigny has sold her fabulous New York Park Slope apartment, after it was listed for briefly late last year.

According to 6sqft the chic four-bedroom, 2100-square-foot Prospect Park pad sold within weeks of it hitting the frenetic New York real estate market, netting a cool US$2.75 million.

The apartment was originally purchased by Sevigny in 2013 for just over US $2 million. After major renovations to overhaul and create a sophisticated space, the style star filled it with a well-curated selection of classic furniture, interesting artworks and row upon row of hand-selected books.

Before her prestigious Park Slope address, the indie actress had lived in Manhattan’s East Village but made the move across the bridge because the neighbourhood “had become too much like a frat house.”

There’s no word yet on where she will go next but as the cool girl about town, it seems likely Chloe’s next move will no doubt be one step ahead of the crowd.

Photos: Courtesy Cocoran.com

Actress and fashion it girl Chloë Sevigny has sold her fabulous New York Park Slope apartment, after it was listed for briefly late last year

Chloë Sevigny’s chic and stylish $3.9M Park Slope home

Actress and fashion it girl Chloë Sevigny has sold her fabulous New York Park Slope apartment, after it was listed for briefly late last year.

According to 6sqft the chic four-bedroom, 2100-square-foot Prospect Park pad sold within weeks of it hitting the frenetic New York real estate market, netting a cool US$2.75 million.

The apartment was originally purchased by Sevigny in 2013 for just over US $2 million. After major renovations to overhaul and create a sophisticated space, the style star filled it with a well-curated selection of classic furniture, interesting artworks and row upon row of hand-selected books.

Before her prestigious Park Slope address, the indie actress had lived in Manhattan’s East Village but made the move across the bridge because the neighbourhood “had become too much like a frat house.”

There’s no word yet on where she will go next but as the cool girl about town, it seems likely Chloe’s next move will no doubt be one step ahead of the crowd.

Photos: Courtesy Cocoran.com

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