Christina Ricci lists Brooklyn townhouse for $2.4M


You’ve watched her in everything from the ’90s “Casper” movie to the currently buzzy “Yellowjackets” series — and now, you can own her Brooklyn home.

Actress Christina Ricci has listed her two-family townhouse in the chic Fort Greene neighborhood for $2.4 million, according to Dirt. The outlet notes that she’s primarily based in Los Angeles these days with her husband Mark Hampton — and seemingly cutting some ties with her Big Apple real estate.

Ricci purchased the 1901-built home in 2015 for $1.99 million. Remodeled, the three-story residence stands 22 feet wide and 30 feet deep on a 25-by-100-foot lot.

Being a two-family dwelling, the property has a garden-level apartment, accessed via its own entrance — a typical feature in city townhouses. That unit has one bedroom, one bathroom, an open-concept kitchen and living area, a new windowed bathroom and access to, yes, a private garden.

Ricci bought the property in 2015.
Ricci bought the property in 2015.
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The home stands in Fort Greene.
The home stands in Fort Greene.
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Features include high ceilings hovering over handsome hardwood floors.
Features include high ceilings hovering over handsome hardwood floors.
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Touches also include moldings.
Touches also include moldings.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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Inside a dining area.
Inside a dining area.
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A stained glass dome above the stairs.
A stained glass dome above the stairs.
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There's room for a home office.
There’s room for a home office.
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A look at the rear yard.
A look at the rear yard.
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Above, there’s a duplex with two bedrooms — as well as a flexible third bedroom-slash-home office — and a deck with access to that same garden. The kitchen in this end of the townhouse has two sinks and an island, the listing notes, while the living room boasts an original fireplace. Each floor has its own renovated and windowed bathroom.

Listing images show handsome hardwood floors, moldings, airy ceilings, exposed brick and a floral-patterned stained glass dome perched over the staircase.

John Carapella, of Compass, has the listing. He declined to comment for this story.



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