It looks like actress Chloë Sevigny has finally sold her farmhouse-chic apartment in NYC’s East Village.
The apartment is in contract for $1.85 million, according to StreetEasy.
We first heard that the home had been sold in July of last year, when The New York Post reported that the actress had found a buyer after listing the place for $1.7 million.
But neighborhood blog EV Grieve says the buyer dropped out due to a death in the family, and the home was re-listed for $1.995 million.
Hopefully, this time it sticks. The apartment was designed by David Cafiero and has a wood-burning fireplace, beamed ceilings, a fountain in the backyard, and exposed brick walls.
The co-op is on East 10th Street.
But it doesn’t feel like a city apartment. Check out those wide-plank floors.
There are built-in bookshelves and even a working fireplace.