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Fixed-Up Park Slope Eyesore, Asking $4M, Finds a Buyer

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After 23 DOB violations, the attentions of two City Council members, mounds of bricks and garbage blocking the door, and many neighbor complaints, the problems at Park Slope's 174 Garfield Place are gone as if they'd never been. The home, purchased from long-time owner/ignorer Peter Santini for $975,000 in 2010, was renovated by its new owner and hit the market in November. The asking price, $3.99 million, would have been unthinkable for the house in its prior state, but the A+ redo has, as a tipster points out, gotten the place into contract.
· Listing: 174 Garfield Place [StreetEasy]
· 174 Garfield Place coverage [Curbed]