The star-studded parade of actors heading to Brooklyn may be adding a blazing Bond to the cast. According to reports, Daniel Craig and his wife Rachel Weisz are the “mystery buyers” of a $6.75 million townhouse in Cobble Hill.

It’s not just any townhouse, either. It belongs — or belonged — to writer Martin Amis and his wife, Isabel Fonseca, who were driven from the 6,600-square-foot, five-story building after a New Year’s Eve fire in 2016.

The New York Post reports:

The 1901 Cobble Hill home was bought through an LLC called On the Rows last year, according to property records. Reps for Craig and his wife, Rachel Weisz, did not respond to repeated requests for comment. 

The property has since undergone repairs, including a brand-new roof. The home is ready for a complete renovation, with plans approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. While Craig and his wife, Rachel Weisz, won’t have to perform any structural work, they can put their stamp on the place.

Amis and Fonseca paid $2.5 million for the 1901 building, and had extensive work done in 2011. However, a faulty chimney led to the fire, which drove the family to a Downtown Brooklyn condo, according to reports.

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