Do you remember this pink brownstone house in Brooklyn, NY, that I wrote about last October in a Pink Saturday post? The house is located in a historic neighborhood called Park Slope, which is particularly known for its expensive grand brownstones that date back to the 1800's situated along tree-lined streets.
This house was re-painted pink by it's elderly owner three years ago because he said it was his wife's favorite color.
This week the New York Daily News reported that the house was for sale! The owner is 92 years old and feels the house is too large for him to keep up any longer. He, and his wife, are moving to a smaller home nearby. The asking price for the house is $2.3 million, and. according to the listing real estate agent the house has "good bones" but will need some updating!
Here are two photos of the interior of the house that were on the Heights Berkeley Realty web site when the news article first appeared:
I saw this news article about the sale this past Tuesday, but the listing has already been taken down. The agent said there was much interest in the home, so perhaps there was already an accepted offer?I guess PINK does sell well!
Happy Pink Saturday! To see other delightful pink blog posts today please visit Beverly of How Sweet The Sound. Thanks Beverly!