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Katie Mossman sells Cali-inspired Greenpoint home for $5M

Trend stylist Katie Mossman has offered her Brooklyn townhouse, which was available on the market for $4.99 million.

The home, at 76 Inexperienced St. in Greenpoint, was as soon as occupied by an 1850s-era sea captain.

Mossman — who has labored with trend icons like Karl Lagerfeld and Ellen Von Unwerth for magazines like Elle, Harper’s Bazaar and Interview — spent 5 years renovating the home, reworking darkish interiors right into a shiny area that, she mentioned, “felt like California.”

The 4,540-square-foot home is at the moment configured as a three-bedroom proprietor’s suite and a two-bedroom rental condominium.

It options a number of decks, a rooftop terrace and a yard backyard.

A side by side of Katie Mossman and her Greenpoint house.
Sale away: Stylist Katie Mossman offered her Greenpoint home as soon as occupied by a sea captain.Will Ragizzino/PatrickMcMullan.com

The homeowners’ home additionally showcases a terrific room with double-height, floor-to-ceiling home windows.

There’s additionally a lower-level den with a small workplace above, a floating hearth and floating concrete staircase that results in a backyard. Exterior additionally boasts a indifferent studio.

The itemizing dealer was Patricia Vance of Douglas Elliman.


Robert and Cortney Novogratz in front of their store.
Nonetheless fairly in pink, Robert and Cortney Novogratz stand in entrance of their brand-new LA-based retailer.
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Talking of California, inside designers/product creators Robert and Cortney Novogratz opened their first retailer, Home of Novogratz, in a bungalow-style home on Abbot Kinney Boulevard close to Venice Seashore in Los Angeles, the place in addition they launched their spring assortment of out of doors furnishings.

Work continues on their “Pink Home” at 114 Waverly Place in Greenwich Village — which they purchased from Village eccentric Celeste Marin for $8.5 million — and their “Chicken Home” in LA. 

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