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Woodward Village Colonial Fixer Upper Lists for $60K

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This 1905 brick home charms you right off the bat with its big bay window, shady porch and old globe yard light. The inside's quite lovely as well with hardwood floors, built-ins, and arched doors. Sure, the kitchen might be a mess, but the full blue bathroom (the only one in the house) holds a sweet vintage appeal. Plus, snagging this four bedroom, 1,691 square-foot beauty for $60,000 will get you into Woodward Village, a Detroit neighborhood that's still flying well under the radar. The newly dubbed locale is bounded by Glynn Court on the south to Webb Avenue on the north, from west of Woodward to the Lodge. In other words, it's directly north of historic and happening Boston Edison. As with its pedigreed southern neighbor, here you'll find streets chock-a-block full of handsome, historic homes (526 to be exact), all built by doctors, inventors and lumber barons in the late 1800s. One of the residences was even featured on DIY Network's 'American Rehab: Detroit' show. - Leslie Youngblood

· 152 Calvert St [Realtor.com]