A Brooklyn home featured on the HBO series “Boardwalk Empire” is up for grabs … and any Nucky, Chalky, Mickey or Lucky buyer out there can scoop it up for more than a million dollars less than it was last year.
The Park Slope house — which was also featured in the 1993 Martin Scorcese film, “The Age of Innocence” — was fittingly built in 1900 and is a 5-story, 8,014-square-foot family dwelling with 5 beds and 5.5 baths.
It ain’t cheap — currently listed at $7.51 million — but in 2018 it was priced at $8.8 mil … seems like a deal Al Capone would be excited about.
And, get this … it even comes with the same wallpaper the set designer used on the show.
Other features of the limestone townhouse include a 2-story kitchen, a library, a gas-burning fireplace, Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass and a private roof terrace.