Michelle Williams has settled for a new mansion in Brooklyn. The American actress has bought the 114-year-old Colonial revival at 1440 Albemarle Road which had been on the market for $2.45 million. michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansionMichelle Williams, who has been a Brooklyn resident, was won over by the mansion that is nestled in a landmarked section of the historic Ditmas Park neighborhood just south of Prospect Park. michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_3The 18-room residence was designed by architects Robert Bryson and Charles Pratt and built in 1905.michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_6The stately home which has lost the original clapboard siding does need some extra attention to restore its glory. michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_9The 6,480 square feet home is spread over three floors and features eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, walk-in closets with built-in cabinetry, eight gas and wood-burning fireplaces with original tile work and mantelpieces plus a high-ceiling basement.michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_4Boasting of a paparazzi-proof garage, the statuesque mansion comes with a two-story front porch that features Ionic and Doric columns.michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_5It also features a spiral bridal staircase and original stained glass sky light. michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_8While the first floor has a double parlor, a formal dining room, a sun room and an eat-in chef’s kitchen, the second floor features a master wing with a dressing room and a large, bathroom with a pedestal sink and claw-foot tub. michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_10It also accommodates two more bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a home office that leads to a private porch. The third floor has four bedrooms, a full bathroom and a rooftop deck with treetop views.michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_7

michelle_williams_brooklyn_mansion_2Louis_vuitton_la_galerie_michelle_williamsMichelle William was recently seen at the opening of the Louis Vuitton La Galerie in Paris.