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  • The seven-bed, three-and-a-half bath home in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood was listed earlier this month.

    The brownstone measures 5,200 square feet and has four levels. It was built in 1909 in the French renaissance Revival style, and is a "historic masterpiece" in its neighborhood, according to Trulia.

    They had purchased it in January of 2016 for $6 million. Their short residency at the brownstone is due to their busy travelling schedules, you know, because they're famous celebrities, according to the Wall Street Journal

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  • The front parlor is lit with natural light that streams through the bay windows.

    The walls are lined with a wood-burning fireplace and built-in bookshelves.

  • The entryway surrounds anyone who enters the home with crown moldings and millwork.

  • The dining room has paneled walls and a gas-burning fireplace.

    There are also built-in glass cabinets and stained glass windows.

  • The chef's kitchen is sure to make anyone -- even people who don't like to cook -- jealous.

    Floor-to-ceiling windows, sliding doors, and even a skylight allow natural light to flood the kitchen, which features a gigantic kitchen island and a Rohl porcelain sink.

  • The master suite, of course, is stunning with bay windows and its own floor.

  • The master bath has a stained glass skylight.

  • The back den has a cozy vibe and a second-floor terrace for folks to enjoy some fresh air.

  • The fourth floor is home to four beautiful bedrooms.

  • On that same floor is another bathroom.

  • On the garden level is a guest suite and family room.

  • Let's not forget about the coveted outdoor space, which is paved with bluestone and is enclosed with a cedar fence.

    All we can say is that whoever ends up in this home is very lucky (and probably very rich).

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