Lake Bell Discounts Custom Brooklyn Townhouse in Time for Cyber Monday

The actress and her tattoo artist husband, Scott Campbell, bought the townhouse in 2013

Cyber Monday sale for Lake Bell's brownstone?

Cyber Monday sale for Lake Bell’s brownstone? Brown Harris Stevens

Even celebrities aren’t immune to the discount frenzy of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and pretty much this entire past weekend.

Perhaps Lake Bell was feeling the weekend sales excitement when she decided to lower the price tag on her four-story Brooklyn townhouse, which is now asking $2.55 million.

Kitchen with butcher-block counters.

Kitchen with butcher-block counters. Brown Harris Stevens

The actress and her husband, tattoo artist Scott Campbell, listed the five-bedroom, 3.5-bath home in July for $3 million—nearly twice the $1.55 million the couple paid for 119 Vanderbilt Avenue in 2013.

The couple customized the 20-foot-wide Clinton Hill home from top to bottom, according to the listing shared by Brown Harris Stevens brokers Nadine Adamson and Kelsey Hall—the listing photos are a tad bare, but the parlor floor includes a wood-burning fireplace, custom engraved oak floors, panel molding and antique lighting. The gallery-style kitchen is on the same level, and contains butcher-block counters, as well as stainless steel appliances and a soapstone sink.

Lake Bell and Scott Campbell bought the home in 2013.

Lake Bell and Scott Campbell bought the home in 2013. Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Weinstein

The master suite takes up the third floor of the home, and the master bath is adorned with Moroccan tile and a walk-in rain shower, while an additional bedroom on the garden floor has its own wood-burning fireplace and floors painted turquoise. The top floor is “one-of-a-kind,” promises the listing. This seems to translate to 12-foot vaulted ceilings, a second kitchen and a windowed bathroom.

And like any respectable Brooklyn townhouse, this one comes with actual outdoor space. A terraced landscaped garden with an outdoor fireplace and fountain, to be exact.

Anyway, it’s all very charming and very Brooklyn. Perhaps now that the price tag is a bit more reasonable, buyers will go after it in the same manner as they might a discounted Taylor Swift-approved onesie.

Brooklyn outdoor space.

Brooklyn outdoor space. Brown Harris Stevens

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