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What $375K buys in Detroit right now

See what you can get in neighborhoods like West Village, Virginia Park, and University District

Welcome to this week’s installment of Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can buy for a certain dollar amount in various Detroit neighborhoods. This week we’re looking at home sales at or around $375,000.

A large two-story home with stone on the first floor and its bay windows, and yellow paint between the exposed wood on the second floor.
The dining room has a wood table with six wood chairs around it. There’s a small chandelier on the stucco ceiling. At the other side of the room, the french doors have leaded glass windows.
Modern kitchen with granite countertop, marble backsplash, wood floors, and cherry wood cabinets. Photos by Next Door Photos
The bathroom has white tiled walls and some smaller black and white tiles around the top of the shower. Photos by Next Door Photos
University District

A 3,600-square-foot home on Parkside Street is listed with Jay Taylor of Keller Williams for $369,000. This wood-filled Tudor Revival has some well-maintained original features next to tasteful new ones. There’s stained- and leaded-glass windows, updated kitchen and bathrooms, and more throughout the five-bedroom home.

Photos by Stylish Detroit
West Village

A 2,301-square-foot duplex on Van Dyke Street is listed with Nika Jusufi of Max Broock Realtors for $379,000. The home from 1910 has nice hardwood floors and wood trim, as well as an updated kitchen in the lower flat (both units are around the same size). It also comes with an adjacent lot.

Photos by James Tumey
Midtown

A 1,070-square-foot, two-bedroom condo at The Sherbrooke on Hancock Street is listed with James Tumey of Friedman Real Estate for $369,500. This building was converted into for-sale condominiums earlier this year and only two of these two-bedroom units remain. It’s got an open floor plan with hardwood floors, as well as a new kitchen with granite countertops and an island.

Photos by Stylish Detroit
East Ferry

A 1,792-square-foot condo in the East Ferry Historic District is listed with Austin Black II of City Living Detroit for $375,000. This unit in a relatively new duplex from 2006 offers, according to the listing, “the feeling of a single-family home and the conveniences of condo living.” There’s a wood fireplace in the living room, fresh wood trim and hardwood floors, and a spacious master suite with bathroom, balcony, and walk-in closet.

Photos via Zillow
Virginia Park

A 3,600-square-foot home on La Salle Boulevard is listed with Scott Fader of Mitten Realty Group for $369,900. Built in 1953, this midcentury modern home straddles a number of historic neighborhoods. It’s got a spacious porch with beadboard ceiling, a new kitchen with quartz countertops and an island, a finished basement, and much more in the four-bedroom home.

Poll

Which homes is your favorite?

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  • 35%
    University District
    (122 votes)
  • 16%
    West Village
    (57 votes)
  • 14%
    Midtown
    (48 votes)
  • 15%
    East Ferry
    (53 votes)
  • 18%
    Virginia Park
    (62 votes)
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