Lifestyle Home Inside Björk's Brooklyn Penthouse - Now Listed for $9 Million The famously bizarre Icelandic singer has put her home on the market for what some are calling a "very aspirational" price - see the pictures By Maura Hohman Published on September 26, 2018 05:15 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Douglas Elliman Famously eccentric Icelandic singer Björk has put her Brooklyn penthouse on the market for $9 million, according to Curbed. The impressive space is 3,000 square feet, boasts four bedrooms and four baths, and takes up the entire top floor of a red-brick building in the historic Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, according to the Douglas Elliman listing. It also has a wrap-around terrace with extensive views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. Ben Affleck Is Selling His 87-Acre Private Georgia Island Compound for $8.9 Million Björk, whose ninth solo album, "Utopia," debuted in late 2017, purchased the home in 2009 for $4 million, splitting the cost with her then-partner Matthew Barney. The pair reportedly split in 2013. She bought out his share in 2016 for $1.6 million. Variety reports that the asking price is "very aspirational." Bjork’s penthouse for sale. Douglas Elliman Bjork’s penthouse for sale. Douglas Elliman Bjork’s penthouse for sale. Douglas Elliman RELATED: Maroon 5 Selling Almost 200 Guitars, Drum Machines and Microphones: 'We're in a New Phase' The more public areas of the home, such as the dining and lounge areas, are located on the south-facing side of the home, while the bedrooms are separated on the north. The living room is outfitted with a wood-burning fireplace — an unusual feature for New York City — and the kitchen has stainless-steel appliances and ample storage. Off the dining room, there is also a small greenhouse with retractable canvas shades. Avicii's Hollywood Hills Home Secretly Sells for $17.5 Million Four Months After Tragic Death Bjork’s penthouse for sale. Douglas Elliman Bjork’s penthouse for sale. Douglas Elliman According to Variety, the singer used to live in a historic stone residence overlooking the Hudson River in Snedens Landing outside New York City. She sold it during the summer of 2016 for $2.2 million.