Lake Bell finds buyer for lovely Brooklyn townhouse

New York Post

Jennifer Gould Keil
Feb. 1, 2017

Actress, director and screenwriter Lake Bell’s historic Clinton Hill townhouse at 119 Vanderbilt Ave. is in contract.

The six-bedroom, four-bathroom property, built around 1850, was most recently asking $2.29 million.

There were multiple offers on the home, we hear, which she shared with husband Scott Campbell — a tattoo artist to the stars — and their daughter Nova, 2. (The couple, who are expecting a second child, have decamped to Los Angeles.)

The four-story townhouse is 20 feet wide and comes renovated with original details intact, including four woodburning, marble-mantled fireplaces, wainscoting, tin ceilings, moldings, exposed brick, and hand-nailed wide-plank floors, according to the listing.

There’s also a cellar and a landscaped private garden, with its own woodburning fireplace and a stone wall.

The home opens to a foyer and parlor level with a living room, dining room and an open kitchen with industrial-style light fixtures and a vintage butcher block with copper siding.

A dramatic curved staircase leads to a master suite with a walk-in closet and an ensuite spa-like bathroom with a claw-foot soaking tub. Next comes a loft-style atelier with two skylights and storage.

Bell bought the home for $1.55 million in 2013, according to city property records.

It was asking $3 million with a different brokerage last year.

The listing brokers who got the deal done are Rachel Simons, Ryan Serhant and Talia McKinney, of Nest Seekers International.

Ryan Serhant Ryan Serhant
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Talia McKinney Talia McKinney
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Rachel King Rachel King
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker