Built in 1926, this 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath Rosedale Park house is adorable, freshly remodeled and at $109K, priced to move. The brown brick arts-and-crafts cottage is adorable outside, and better on the inside with newly refinished hardwood floors, leaded glass windows and totally overhauled baths. The baths and kitchen are very Home Depot to be sure, but are clean and neutral and modern, if a little dark.
The living room fireplace is bathed in light thanks to a large picture window, and the leaded glass and wainscoting in the formal dining room are super cute. The house has a basement that might work as a rec room with refinishing and a detached 2-car garage. Homes in the neighborhood actually go for a bit higher than this one, so $109K seems solid, especially given the house's turnkey condition. Google Maps' street view shows this home to be on a very pretty street full of mature trees and well-maintained 1920s classic Detroit Tudor houses. Sticklers for arts-and-crafts will definitely make changes to this house, but at $109K, they can probably afford to.