The price of fixer-uppers in Detroit varies widely by neighborhood. Piety Hill is an area that has seen more single and multi-family homes fixed up in the last few years, but there are still many that need a lot of work. The neighborhood is located between Boston-Edison—which has many grand, single-family homes—and New Center, which has a variety of apartment buildings, condos, and housing styles. The Qline ends in New Center, and more development has made its way there in the past few years.
Across Woodward, homes in the North End vary in price as well, with fixer-uppers selling anywhere between $50K-150K in the past year.
This new listing is a five-bedroom brick home that needs a full rehab. It dates back to 1905 and the listing states it has “good bones.” It still has some original details intact, but it’s going to be a big project for the new owner. It’s listing for $185,000 through Brenda Goss Andrews.