When the listing for the Park Slope home of literary couple Jonathan Safran Foer and Nicole Krauss went up in November, the one interior photo showed the breakfast room conservatory with Tiffany stained glass windows. Any photos you may have seen of the living room or other areas were from the previous sellers’ listing and reflected their taste. Now Sotheby’s has added views of the living room, kitchen, and bedroom.
Foer and Krauss have replaced the previous owners’ gilding and statues with more tailored mid-century and modern furniture. The expansive kitchen appears to be unchanged. As previously noted, the 7,670-square-foot house sits on a double lot that goes through to the next block and has parking.
Click through to the jump for more. What do you think? Is the $14,500,000 price tag — one of the highest in Brooklyn — realistic?
646 2nd Street Listing [Sotheby’s]
Jonathan Safran Foer, Nicole Krauss Offer Their Park Slope House for $14.5 Million [Brownstoner]
Photos by Sotheby’s