One of New York City’s oldest homes for sale is officially off the market. Actress Lake Bell and her husband, tattoo artist Scott Campbell, now have a buyer for their circa-1852 Brooklyn townhouse.
The couple first listed the six-bedroom home last summer, but it got two price chops—and a much nicer staging job in January—before snagging a buyer. It was first listed for $3 million, but went into contract at $2.3 million (h/t New York Post).
The home itself is more notable for its history than who owns it, though: It’s part of the tiny Wallabout Historic District, which was designated by the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 2011 and includes 200 buildings on Vanderbilt Avenue.
Bell’s home was built as a pair with the slightly more ornate 117 Vanderbilt, just next door. After the In a World… actress purchased the home in 2013 (for just $1.55 million), it got a modern redo: a rustic-chic kitchen was added, bathrooms were renovated to be more spa-like, and so on. But some of its original details—mantles, exposed brick—remain, which may have attracted its new owner.