It is official: The pink house of Park Slope is no more.
Well, actually, the Garfield Place brownstone just got painted over.
Earlier this month, we caught the first phases of the transformation while the construction crew chipped off the pink paint.
And on Saturday, thanks to one of our readers, we received this picture of the brownstone formerly known as the "Pink Brownstone of Park Slope."
Just in case you missed all the news, the pink brownstone on Garfield Pl. was sold in Oct., for $2.75 million. The new owner of the building had to check with the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission to make sure they would be able to paint over the pink. Then the LPC decided the house could be painted over, back to brown.
So, what do you think? Do you miss the Pepto-Pink? Or will you be able to breathe a little easier? Let us know in the comments section below.