Welcome to this week’s Curbed Comparisons, where we look at homes for sale in different neighborhoods around Detroit. Today, we’re looking at houses within $10,000 of our budget: $240,000.
First up is this brick colonial in North Rosedale Park. The five-bedroom house is newly remodeled and has refinished flooring. There’s extra storage space in the basement and a large backyard for entertaining. It’s listed for $249,900.
This duplex-turned-single-family home is located on Clairmount, south of Boston-Edison in the Virginia Park neighborhood. The living space now has an open floor plan, and French doors connect many of the spaces. The house has six bedrooms and room for storage in the basement. It’s coming in at $234,000, which would be fairly high in this neighborhood.
This four-bedroom Woodbridge house new systems and a lot of carpeting. It’s kitchen could use some additional counters, and there’s additional storage space in the basement. It’s close to Wayne State and Midtown, and it’s listing for $249,900.
In Harbortown, a two-bedroom condo falls under our price range. This unit has been renovated, and the building includes multiple pools and a fitness area. It’s right next to the riverfront and riverwalk, and a couple miles from downtown. It’s listing for $241,900, with $660 in HOA fees.
And in the Oakman Boulevard Historic District, this four-bedroom house spans just over 3,000 square feet. It’s also freshly renovated—so fresh it’s not even finished for photos! The house also has a covered portico, a backyard, and a two-car garage. It’s listing for $249,900.
Which Detroit home would you choose?
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North Rosedale Park colonial
Oakman Boulevard home