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Here’s what $240K can buy you in Detroit right now

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We know that you can get a lot of house for your money in Detroit, and this week’s comparisons prove it. Historic home in a neighborhood? Condo along the river? These are some of the choices we found in our price range. Today we’re looking at houses within $10,000 of $240,000. Which is your favorite? Make sure to vote below.

2467 Edison Street

This recently renovated home in Boston-Edison has four bedrooms, two and a half baths, an awkward kitchen, and a fenced yard. It has restored floors, new plumbing and electrical, and multiple living spaces. It’s listed for $234,900.

18416 Birchcrest

This handsome University District brick house has been maintained throughout the years. It has three bedrooms, one full and two half baths, a basement, a patio, and a breakfast nook. It’s listed for $240,000.

740 Atkinson

This nice-looking house on Atkinson is located one block away from the Boston-Edison district, just a few blocks from Woodward. It has four bedrooms, two baths, and many original details. It’s listing for $240,000.

1001 West Jefferson Unit 20J

Maybe you don’t want a big historic home. From this Riverfront condo, you get a lovely view of Canada and close proximity to downtown. It’s a one bedroom, one and a half bath condo with a tiny kitchen and access to a fitness center, Riverfront patio, and a restaurant. It’s listed for $235,000.

6533 East Jefferson #421

We saw this two bedroom Rivertown loft list earlier this spring. Located right across from Belle Isle and near West Village, this loft has been updated with a gorgeous kitchen and spa-like bathroom. It’s now listing at $239,900.


Which home would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 30%
    2467 Edison Street
    (205 votes)
  • 7%
    18416 Birchcrest
    (52 votes)
  • 36%
    740 Atkinson
    (252 votes)
  • 2%
    1001 West Jefferson Unit 20J
    (19 votes)
  • 22%
    6533 East Jefferson #421
    (154 votes)
682 votes total Vote Now