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Clermont Ave shell on market for $975K

On Clermont Avenue between Lafayette and Greene, steps from the historic Masonic Temple, lays its' own temple of disrepair.

Located in prime Fort Greene, a block from Dekalb Avenue restaurant row and four and a half blocks from the C train, this four story dilapidated shell is being listed for $975K by Townsley and Gay.

With window frames glancing inwards, a severely chipped stoop and harboring god-knows-what inside, this $975K might as well be considered the cost of the land. The buyer is asking for an all-cash deal. Any takers?

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At March 27, 2007 1:19 PM, Blogger Megann said...

Finally! For years, there was a hand-scrawled note in the window stating that the building was not for sale. Its so gross. And the building next door is such a lovely restoration, so its easy to see the potential.

At March 27, 2007 1:31 PM, Anonymous ItsAWrap said...

I live down the street and noticed the "not for sale" sign also.

This building was sold 10/16/06 for $650K; despite the "not for sale" sign. $975K is a 50% premium in less than a year. Give me a break.

I also remember the orange box with a slash that was spray painted next the door. That is the fireman's signal for unsafe floor. It was next to the pushed in parlor window, but seems to have since 'fallen off'.

At March 27, 2007 9:50 PM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

whenever i walk by this place, i walk on the bishop loughlin side...

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