In one month, the most unphotogenic tudor in Palmer Woods will have completed an entire year on the market. Before we can celebrate that sad anniversary in the house's gloomy basement bar, the ownership took two surprisingly sensible steps to lure a buyer.
First: Another big price chop! We're now at $349,900, an entire $75K south of the original asking price. Second: non-awful photos, and plenty of them. The 3,500-square-foot interior has been revealed in detail. That being said, we still have no idea what's going on in there.
Built in 1921, the four-bedroom house claims to contain 70 windows of leaded glass. As always, we'll add this admiring tidbit from the Palmer Woods neighborhood website:
"Built on a solid foundation more typical of commercial construction, there is evidence of superior craftsmanship throughout the 3,400 square-foot structure. Terrazzo floors, wood and steel beams, and two back-to-back staircases in the center of the house are a few examples."
Is the price finally low enough to find a buyer, or is the house just too strange? Let us know in the comments.
· Gloomy Palmer Woods Tudor Slashes Asking Price [Curbed]
· Muscular Tudor has Basement Pub, Leaded Glass, Taxes Galore [Curbed]
· Listing: 1860 Strathcona Dr [Zillow]