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Marty moves to Windsor Terrace

Borough President Marty Markowitz scooped up a $1.45 million home in Windsor Terrace a block from Prospect Park.

Markowitz, who previously rented in Park Slope, put a little more than $1 million down on the two-story, three-bedroom digs.

About $750,000 of the down payment came from the sale of a Manhattan Beach home his wife inherited from her parents when they died, according to an aide.

Markowitz spokesperson Mark Zustovich said the rest of down payment came from a settlement paid to the borough president in a slip-and-fall case.

Markowitz said he expects to move in next month.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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