Peek Inside John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's $6 Million Brooklyn Home

The couple landed a new pad in Park Slope.

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John Krasinski and Emily Blunt (opens in new tab) have officially left Hollywood for New York City. The couple moved out of their five-bedroom home on the West Coast—which Kendall Jenner bought for $6.5 million (opens in new tab)—and into a 3,990-square-foot townhouse in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood, which they bought in December.

The massive $6 million apartment boasts six bedrooms and roughly $300,000 worth of renovations. (Krasinski and Blunt reportedly lived quietly in Manhattan's Upper East Side while work was being done on the new place.) There are plenty of fireplaces, a mahogany staircase and abundant "museum-quality details," according to the listing, which is understandable since the building was commissioned in 1909 and built by architects Arthur R. Koch and Otto Singer.

The neighborhood, a favored spot for families, makes a great choice for the pair, since they just welcomed their second daughter (opens in new tab) in June.

Take a look inside their new home below, courtesy of Street Easy (opens in new tab).

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