Chris Rock is putting his beloved Brooklyn home on the market.
The historic carriage house — built in 1901 — features a striking wood-beam ceiling, exposed brick walls, and a spacious rooftop terrace. It’s a place that is near and dear to the Emmy Award-winning actor, said listing agent Ann Cutbill Lenane.
“Chris bought it early in his career, when he was a young comic,” said Lenane. “He is emotionally tied to the house. He lived there when he was newly married.”
3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Brooklyn home still has some of the original details dating back more than 100 years, Lenane said. A large metal wheel is built into the wall — part of the pulley system used to haul feed to the horses in the original carriage house. An ornate spiral staircase features detailed metalwork, while the master bedroom boasts several skylights built into the rich, wood-paneled ceiling.