The Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation has rehabbed a home in the neighborhood and will put it up for sale early next week. The group bought the 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath Tudor in August for $52.5K, and have put a ton of work into the place, inside and out. They ripped out some truly grotty-looking carpets and restored the hardwood floors, as well as the lovely plasterwork in the 1928 home. The updated kitchen has new granite countertops, and the exterior has been freshly painted and looks great from the street.
The house has a lot of great features including a solarium with a tiny fountain and a fireplace with a ship etched into the plasterwork above the mantel. The home has lovely plasterwork on the ceilings, crown moldings, and what looks like original hexagonal tile in the bathrooms. There's leaded glass galore, and a beautiful wooden stair with a sweet window seat on the first landing. The house also has a large backyard as well as a detached 2-car garage (in great shape, to boot). If the pictures pique your interest, you're in luck—there's an open house this Sunday, Nov 8, from 1-3pm.