A brick/stone facade gives this foreclosed tudor a confident curb appeal, but the interior is suffocating under acres of carpeting. The house was built in 1935, so expect wood floors to be lurking underneath at least some of it. Conquer the carpeting, and you're left with a nifty four-bedroom near Marygrove College.
It doesn't look incredibly spacious, but living area actually adds up to about 2,100 square feet. There's a sunroom out back, a butlers pantry, and three bathrooms--one of which is a bizarre half-circle shape. Bonuses include cove ceilings in the living room, an office/den area of what looks like original wood paneling, and a ghost of a fireplace in the basement. Not bad for $48,500.
· 17198 Woodingham [HomePath]