Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we usually compare houses for sale in different Detroit neighborhoods in the same price range. Today, we’re changing it up and looking at what’s for sale in one area of Detroit: Grandmont Rosedale. These homes have all been recently flipped and are move-in ready. Which would you choose?
This recent flip in Rosedale Park is a handsome brick home on the outside, with some new renovations inside. Here you’ll find three bedrooms, a new roof, a detached garage, a new kitchen, new fixtures and tiling in the bathrooms, and a basement rec room with built-ins. It’s just under 1,500 square feet and it’s listed for $139,900.
This massive five, possibly six bedroom home in North Rosedale Park has new carpeting, a new kitchen, and new bathrooms. The 3,500-square-foot house has an extra room that could be another bedroom, if needed. It also has a fireplace in the living room, a den, and a two-car garage. It’s listed for $224,900.
This four-bedroom house in North Rosedale Park has great curb appeal. Inside, the recent flip has us feeling a little cold. The house has refinished flooring, new fixtures and tiling in the kitchen and baths, a fireplace, a den, and a two-car garage. It’s located right off of Grand River, close to shops and restaurants. It’s been on the market for a while and it’s listed for $180,000.
Which Grandmont-Rosedale house would you choose?
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14577 Rosemont Avenue
15892 Rosemont Avenue
19191 Lancashire Street