As first reported by Curbed NY, the brownstone that featured in the 2005 flick The Squid and the Whale has been listed for $3.45M. The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the property today: the film's writer/director Noah Baumbach found it a couple of years before the current owners bought the 1874 home and overgrown garden for $1.61M. These guys subsequently renovated it while keeping original details, such as weight-and-chain windows and mantelpieces, intact. Now the four-story townhouse has a kitchen with French doors, an arched entrance to the parlor floor, restored crown moldings, an Ipe-wood deck, and a living room bedecked in bright-pink paint. Have a look above. Overall, the result has created a downright cheery space—it's hard to believe this place ever set the stage for a movie about a family suffering through a divorce. Have a look above.