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Once dreary Boston-Edison home now restored, asks $525K

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From drab to fab

Photos by Stylish Detroit

We last saw 658 Longfellow in 2015, when the handsome brick house desperate for a makeover sold for just $100,000. A listing earlier that year showed a house full of incredible features that had been ignored for years. The 4,200-square-foot home has gone through a full rehab and it’s ready for new owners. The price? $524,900.

Inside, find gorgeous built-ins framing a bright, tiled fireplace in the living room, rich wood paneling in the formal dining room, a new kitchen, a sun room that opens to the fenced backyard, an office tucked away behind the stairs, four bedrooms, and three and a half baths. Updates to the home include a new roof, boiler, and structural support. Outside, find a two-car garage and a generous porch. From the listing, it sounds like the third floor still needs to be finished. The house sits right across from Voigt Park, in between Woodward and the Lodge. It’s listed through Kyle Swink at Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel.