After the sale of Park Slope's famous Pepto Bismol-colored brownstone for $2,075,000 last month, the new owners were candid about their desire to replace the pink paint with something a little more toned down. It was unclear, however, whether they intended to simply paint over it, or to strip the paint off and return the house to something close to its original state. Brownstoner has the answer to that, with the above photo. Just as the adorable little preservationist around a minute into this video suggested, they're going the paint stripping/restoration route. Farewell, pink brownstone.
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