is listing her Brooklyn Heights co-op for $1.99 million. That’s down from its original pre-pandemic ask of $2.75 million. The striking residence, at 99 Clinton St., is inside a former 19th-century gothic church, with 25-foot-high cathedral ceilings and massive stained-glass windows. “It’s the kind of dramatic environment a Broadway star would thrive in.
And that makes sense, as Ann was a Broadway star,” said listing broker Richard Murray, of Keller Williams.Crumb, who died of cancer in 2019, starred in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Aspects of Love.” She was also nominated for a Tony Award for her role as “Anna Karenina,” and she was a cast member of the original “Les Miserables.” The three-bedroom unit is 2,500 square feet.Read more on nypost.com