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What $350K buys around Detroit

With homes in Boston-Edison, Midtown, Green Acres, and more

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: $350,000.

This loft in Midtown is located close to Wayne State, hospitals, the arenas, shops, restaurants, and transit lines. It has big windows in the living space, and one bedroom (although we can’t seem to find a door). It comes with underground parking, HOA fees are $315 per month, and it’s listing for $350,000.

This one bedroom, one bath condo is on the 21st floor of the Fort Shelby Residences downtown. It has an open layout, newer finishes, access to a fitness center, and a bar/restaurant downstairs. It’s priced at $350,000, with $450 in HOA fees.

This University District home spans 3,000 square feet and has entertaining space in the backyard and in the basement. It boasts huge rooms, an updated—yet small—kitchen, some original detailing, four bedrooms, and a basement bar. It’s close to the Avenue of Fashion and Ferndale, and it’s priced at $350,000.

This handsome Arts and Crafts home sits across from Voigt Park in Boston-Edison. It has four bedrooms, original details, a two-car garage, a big front porch, and a very retro basement bar. It’s a short drive to downtown Detroit and it’s listing for $349,900.

This Green Acres home has some original details with a lot of new updates. It has three bedrooms, a large living room with a unique fireplace, new finishes in the kitchen—including a “smart” refrigerator, and a master suite. It’s close to Ferndale and Palmer Park, and it’s listed for $349,000.

Poll

Which $350,000 home would you buy?

This poll is closed

  • 12%
    Midtown loft
    (53 votes)
  • 7%
    Downtown condo
    (29 votes)
  • 31%
    University District home
    (130 votes)
  • 36%
    Boston-Edison Arts & Crafts
    (152 votes)
  • 12%
    Green Acres update
    (50 votes)
414 votes total Vote Now