Famous Park Slope brownstone no longer a shade of pink

For residents along Garfield Place in Park Slope, a coat of paint on a home has been a spot of contention for more than 50

The home on Garfield Place had been painted

The home on Garfield Place had been painted pink for more than 50 years.

PARK SLOPE - For residents along Garfield Place in Park Slope, a coat of paint on a home has been a spot of contention for more than 50 years.

The brownstone at 233 Garfield Place had been painted pink for more than half a century, supposedly at the request of the then-owner’s wife. The color left residents divided, with some liking the quirky home and others hating it.

Recently however, the home’s new owner got permission from the city to give it a more traditional brown color.

Some residents who liked the pink color say the new coat of paint has taken some of the character out of the home.

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