Multi-faceted singer-songwriter and one-time Big Shot cover star Santigold has put her Bed Stuy, Brooklyn home up for sale for a cool $1.95 million. Eesh, the thought of the property tax bill alone puts us in a cold sweat.
Known for early hits like “Creator” and “L.E.S. Artistes” to recent efforts such as “Can’t Get Enough of Myself” and “Who Be Lovin’ Me” off 2016’s 99¢ album, the Philadelphia native’s abode eschews the douchiness of the aforementioned DJs’ homes and exudes the swagger she build her music career on.
The house is a legal two-bedroom renovated as a single home. It boasts a mahogany staircase, original window shutters, stained glass, moldings, and five working fireplaces.
The kitchen (not pictured) is on the garden level along with the drawing/dining room; it leads out to a garden with a flagstone patio.
The parlor floor holds the living room and a rear bedroom; above is a large front bedroom (not pictured), a small second bedroom, and a dressing room with enough built-in cabinetry to meet a pop star’s demands, painted in turquoise.
There’s central air conditioning, and a closeted washer/dryer on the parlor level.