Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we look at different homes in various Detroit neighborhoods all within the same price range. This week, we’re looking at houses within $10,000 of our price range: $115,000.
First up is a three bedroom, one and a half bath home on a corner lot. This house has bay windows and a fireplace in the living room, built-ins in the dining room, a new kitchen, a finished basement, and tiling in the bathrooms. It also has a detached garage and a large backyard. It sits close to North Rosedale Park and Old Redford, near many of the businesses along Grand River Avenue.
Here’s a five-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath brick home in Martin Park. It has a new kitchen, carpeted bedrooms, a fireplace in the living room, built-in storage upstairs, and a basement for storage. It sits close to the University of Detroit Mercy, Livernois, and Ferndale.
On the lower end of our budget, here’s a three-bedroom, one-bath home on the west side. It has hardwood floors, a new (albeit unfinished in the photos) kitchen, and a scary looking garage. It’s located near Dearborn, the Southfield Freeway, and Grandmont-Rosedale.
And on the east side, here’s a four-bedroom, two-bath brick duplex at the top end of the price range. It also has a a new roof and new windows, and could be a good choice for someone looking for an income property. It’s located near I-94, the Grosse Pointes, and at the north end of East English Village.
Which Detroit home would you choose?
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