This week, we’re raising our budget and looking at homes within $10,000 of $350,000. We found a loft in Midtown, a handsome University District home, an Art Center townhouse, and an old house in the Joseph Berry Subdivision. Which would you choose?
First up is a bright one bedroom, one bath top floor corner loft at the Canfield Lofts. The loft has dark floors, white kitchen cabinetry and stainless steel counters, plus a balcony. It comes with a dedicated garage parking space, and it’s located in the heart of Midtown. It’s close to Wayne State, plenty of restaurants, and the QLINE. The price? $350,000, with $282 in HOA fees.
This three bedroom, three bath townhouse is a newer build located just blocks from the Detroit Institute of Art and close to the QLINE. It has granite counter tops in the kitchen, an attached garage, carpeting in the bedrooms, and a bathroom for each bedroom. It’s listed for $349,900, with $155 per month in HOA fees.
Need more bedrooms? This University District home has six, with three and a half baths and a finished basement. Some of it looks fairly recently renovated, and the house also has a wood paneled library. The 3,500-square-foot house is listing for $355,000.
There’s a lot to like about this home in the Joseph Berry Subdivision, which we featured last week. It has five bedrooms, a cute kitchen, a landscaped yard, and loads of character. It’s located near the waterfront on the east side of the city. It’s listed for $360,000.
Which $350,000 home would you choose?
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408 West Canfield Street, #306
275 East Palmer Street
18221 Muirland Street
435 Lodge Drive