The New York Times has presented a look into the last home of Norman Mailer, a property many of us can only drool over by being described as a cross between a “Victorian parlor and the cabin of a sailing yacht.” The late Mr Mailer and his wife lived in this fourth-floor apartment in Brooklyn Heights which is said to have been turned into into a “nautical adventureland” by the family. Now following his death, Mailers nine children are now selling the apartment for an asking price of $2.5 million. The home not only housed the family but would play host to some amazing parties such as the ones in the 1970s attended by John Lennon, Woody Allen and Bob Dylan. The home boasting an amazing view which was very much enjoyed by Mailer as he “liked a view when he was writing.”

Source: The New York Times