Norah Jones Buys the House from 'Eat, Pray, Love'

The Grammy-winning artist snags the charming Brooklyn abode featured in Julia Roberts's rom-dram.

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If Norah Jones's new Brooklyn townhouse looks like it was plucked right off the set of a romantic comedy, it's no real estate staging trick—the home made a cameo appearance in Julia Roberts's film Eat, Pray, Love. Built in 1849, the 2,125-square-foot abode was once a firehouse—making it quite a rare piece of property indeed. Jones snagged the real estate gem off the market for $6.25 million, a considerable bargain considering it was once listed for nearly $7 million. Throughout the house, brick walls, exposed beam ceilings, and wide-plank floors create a cozy environment that seems almost too good to be true. Check out the slideshow below to see more of the darling pad. 

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