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Brush Park condo in historic mansion asks $410K

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Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, The Loft Warehouse

One of the great mansions still standing in the historic Brush Park neighborhood is 291 Edmund Place, built in 1882. The house was renovated in 2006, and condos here have been selling for some pretty serious cash lately. This two bedroom, two bath unit offers a front row seat to the City Modern development rising across the street, along with some sweet skyline views and a private deck in the back. The price? $410,000.

This unit has lofty ceilings, exposed brick, and an open floor plan connecting the living room, kitchen, and dining area. It also includes a garage and community deck. HOA fees are $375 per month. 291 Edmund is located just a couple blocks off of Woodward, near the QLINE, the Little Caesars Arena, and close to both Midtown and downtown. It’s listed through Jan Djikers at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, The Loft Warehouse.