There's no doubt about it: New York City's carriage houses are absurdly quaint and attractive. This Cobble Hill specimen is no exception, plus it's got star powerit's where Julia Roberts filmed part of Eat, Pray, Love. Touted as "rare and mythical" (yes, like a unicorn) when it first hit the market asking $8 million, the beautifully beamed, skylight-heavy, exposed brick-filled two-unit house later got a visit from the PriceChopper. But now, as per the Observer, the sellers, and architect and artist, have finally found a buyer for $6.25 million. The new owners, shielded behind an anonymous LLC, can convert it into a single-family, but either way they'll have sole possession of the lush greenhouse and other lovely outdoor spaces.