“13 Reasons Why” actor Tommy Dorfman finds buyer for BK townhouse

The home at 720 Decatur was last asking $1.5M

TRD New York /
Sep.September 28, 2017 10:05 AM

720 Decatur Street and Tommy Dorfman (Credit: Getty Images)

Actor Tommy Dorfman, the star of controversial Netflix drama “13 Reasons Why,” has found a buyer for his Ocean Hill townhouse after just 20 days on the market.

The 2,300-square-foot home at 720 Decatur Street hit the market earlier this month, and was last asking just shy of $1.5 million. The buyer of the house was not immediately clear.

The listing broker, Triplemint’s Tyler Whitman, declined to comment.

The townhouse has been renovated as a two-family residence, according to the listing, and features a three-bedroom duplex home and a two-bedroom rental. Dorfman, who lived in the home with his husband according to WWD, could not be immediately reached for comment.

Brooklyn has seen significant increases in home prices during the last few years.  The median price of a home in the borough hit $795,000 last quarter, according the quarterly report from Douglas Elliman.


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