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Mark Ruffalo sells his Carroll Gardens brownstone at a slight loss

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The actor sold his home for a few hundred thousand less than what he purchased it for

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Actor and activist Mark Ruffalo has sold his 19th-century townhouse in Carroll Gardens for a slight loss. The Avengers actor unload the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home for $3.125 million, albeit at a $350,000 loss, reports Trulia (h/t Mansion Global).

Back in 2015, Ruffalo purchased the home for $3.5 million and it seems to have first appeared on the market around August 2016.

Built in 1899, the home is a legal three-family residence, though Ruffalo opted to utilize its entire 3,200-square-foot expanse as a single-family home and has retained much of its original details. A few worth mentioning are several marble-surrounded decorative fireplace mantels, high ceilings, decorative arches, and plaster molding.

Modern redesign has allowed for an open floor plan, large open chef’s kitchen, a formal dining room, and recessed lighting, along with plenty of storage space throughout. The re’s also a full basement, washer/dryer unit, and lovely backyard garden that’s been landscaped but still offers plenty of space for outdoor entertaining.

Earlier this year, rumors were that the actor had his sights on a $10 million Upper West Side townhouse, but whether or not a purchase is in the works sometime in the near future remains to be seen.