Mary-Louise Parker is staying in Brooklyn Heights.
The actress, best known for her role as a marijuana-dealing single mom on the television series “Weeds,” purchased a five-bedroom, four bathroom co-op for $4.3 million Thursday, as Curbed was the first to report.
From her new apartment, she’ll have a prime perch from which to observe the upcoming BQE construction. Located in one of the neighborhood’s more prominent prewar co-ops, the sprawling unit has a fireplace and views of the East River and Manhattan.
In June, Parker sold a duplex at 9 College Place for $6.2 million that she originally purchased in 2013 for $4,648,312.
In 2015, Parker published a “literary memoir” titled “Dear Mr. You.” She was last seen in the film “Red Sparrow,” co-starring with Jennifer Lawrence. Last year, a nanny working for the actress was accused of stealing $3,000 from the actress, according to the New York Daily News.
Before moving to Brooklyn Heights, Parker lived in a 10-room duplex in Manhattan’s West Village, which she sold in 2013 for $7.45 million.
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