Manhattan Beach

110 Beaumont St. was mocked – but it sold for $3.17 million

Eye On Real Estate: Brooklyn's Ugliest Buildings

March 12, 2014 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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Money can’t buy you love, as the purchasers of some Manhattan Beach homes have discovered.

This is one of several neighborhood properties included in “The Fug Chronicles: The Ugliest Homes for Sale in Brooklyn.”

The 8,400-square-foot single-family house with columns sunk into its facade and odd-colored brick was built from 2004 to 2006 by Mark and Rosa Tarantul, who sold it for $3.17 million in 2011 to Angela Mardukhayeva, city records indicate.

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Some Mill Basin houses were also included in the fugly homes list.

Do you think this building is one of Brooklyn’s Ugliest? What’s your (un)favorite Ugly B’klyn Building? Comment below.



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