Peter Madoff’s Crooked Home Can’t Sell

The Marshals Service took possession of the home in January and recently put it on the market for $4.495 million, reports the New York Times.

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The Marshals Service took possession of the Long Island home in January and recently put it on the market for $4.495 million, reports the <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/28/nyregion/selling-a-madoff-home.html?pagewanted=all&_r=2&" target="_blank">New York Times</a>.
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“Everything in this home was obtained on the backs of other people," Kevin Kamrowski, a deputy US marshal, told the Times.
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The 600-square-foot formal living room still has the gold-color laps, crystal candlesticks, and wooden table stacked with books like "Dog Painting: The European Breeds" and "Dog Painting: A Social History Of The Dog In Art."
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The house was staged with help from the U.S. Marshals office, says Shawn Elliot of Shawn Elliot Luxury Homes and Estates, the property's broker.
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An indoor porch has views of the home's lavish gardens.
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A sunny dining room seats twelve comfortably.
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A cozy breakfast nook is encapsulated by windows.
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Blue tiles add a pop to the brick and wood-paneled kitchen.
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One of the home's five bedrooms.
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The home offers seven bathrooms.
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The back yard offers a tennis court, in-ground pool, and pool house.
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An outdoor patio gets soaked by the sun.
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