‘Huge Little Lies’ star eyeing Brooklyn fixer-upper


Alexander Skarsgård, who gained a Golden Globe earlier this week for his position in HBO’s “Huge Little Lies,” has been home looking in .

Skarsgård additionally gained an Emmy for the position, during which he portrays a person who violently mistreats his spouse, performed by Nicole Kidman.

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The irony — that girls on the Globes wore black to protest sexual misconduct and assault by highly effective males at an occasion that additionally awarded males for portraying intercourse abusers — was not misplaced on the web.

(Sam Rockwell additionally gained a Golden Globe for his flip as a racist police officer in “Three Billboards Outdoors Ebbing, Missouri.”)

Skarsgård additionally got here underneath hearth this week for not talking out in opposition to home abuse throughout his Globes acceptance speech. Again in New York, away from the fray, one of many properties Skarsgård just lately toured was 154 Hicks St. in Brooklyn Heights.

The historic five-story, five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Neo-Grec house is asking $four.55 million — down from its 2016 asking value of $four.99 million.

The historic pad is on a tree-lined road and comes with a traditional grand stoop, a skylight over the central stairwell and a spacious backyard.

Authentic particulars contained in the 5,444-square-foot unfold embrace its mahogany banister, fire moldings, mantels and pocket shutters.

It wants a renovation, although, to succeed in luxurious single-family townhouse standing.

The itemizing brokers are Ravi Kantha and Matthew Lesser of Leslie J. Garfield.

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