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

With columns built right into the building, this Manhattan Beach house dwarfs its neighbors. Photos by Rob Abruzzese

Eye On Real Estate: Brooklyn's Ugliest Buildings

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Money can't buy you love, as the purchasers of some Manhattan Beach homes have discovered.

This is one of several neighborhood properties Curbed.com 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.

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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March 12, 2014 - 3:00pm


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