Holy Cow! The owner of 315 Garfield Place in Park Slope wants to party like it's early 2007. The oversized brownstone (it weighs in at about 6,700 square feet) admittedly looks flawless, but we can't quite get our arms around the asking price of $8,500,000. According to DOB filings, the seller started renovating the one-family house a month after purchasing it in October 2006 for $3,275,550. (The application cites a project cost of just $75,000, but it's common practice to understate this number.) Still, the market now can't be any higher than it was two years ago, and the seller's looking to get a mark-up of more than $5 million. Huh?
315 Garfield Place [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
House of the Day: 315 Garfield Place
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