Celebrity power couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt have finally moved into their $6 million home in Park Slope, Brooklyn, according to published reports.
Extensive renovations at the 3,990-square-foot townhouse caused the pair to delay their move for nearly a year after they bought the place back in December 2015, StreetEasy reported, citing city Department of Buildings records.
Photos of the lavish home prove the wait was well worth it.
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Blunt and Krasinski shelled out $300,000 to renovate the limestone mansion, according to StreetEasy. Commissioned in 1909, the townhouse was designed and constructed by well-known builder Otto Singer and architect Arthur R. Koch. (Credit: StreetEasy)
In addition to the luxurious living room, the townhouse features a music room with bay windows and a triple parlor complete with three sets of pocket doors. (Credit: StreetEasy)
The home boasts six bedrooms, offering plenty of space for the couple and their two children to spread out. (Credit: StreetEasy)
Krasinski and Blunt will have no trouble navigating this modern, open kitchen, which StreetEasy reported was renovated by the previous owner. (Credit: StreetEasy)