Welcome to this week’s Curbed Comparisons, where we look at homes for sale in different neighborhoods around Detroit. Today, we’re looking at houses within $20,000 of our budget: $180,000.
This 1,686-square-foot, four-bedroom colonial sits right at the border of Morningside and East English Village. It’s got some bold color choices on the carpet, walls, and bathrooms, as well as a neat mosaic tile in the sun room addition. Also check out the ample yard.
13300 East Outer Drive drive is listed by Johnstone & Johnstone for $190,000.
The West Village has been one of the hottest neighborhoods for real estate over the last several years. That’s why this complete rehab is still going for nearly $200K. It’s six bedrooms, 2,500 square feet, with a lovely brick exterior. But to say the interior needs a ton of work is putting it mildly.
1724 Seyburn Street is listed by O’Connor Realty for $199,000.
The upper unit on a unique-looking brick duplex (the lower unit is listed at $165,000) that’s gotten a sleek renovation. The three-bed, one-bath condo is 1,295 square feet and has refinished hardwood floors. The owners also get use of a two-car garage.
315 East Philadelphia Street is listed by City Living Detroit for $175,000.
Right in the heart of Hamtramck, this four-bed, two-bath home was completely remodeled “down to the studs” in 2008, according to the realtor. Though it’s not a classic Hamtramck two-flat, it still has the unpretentious look (and siding) of the working-class town. It’s also got some unique ceiling molding throughout the house.
9429 Charest Street is listed by The Stemen Team for $185,000.
Another fully-renovated home in a centrally located neighborhood, Core City, which hasn’t seen nearly as much development as nearby Woodbridge or Corktown. It’s 2,200 square feet, has four bedrooms, and a nice-sized yard.
4670 18th St is listed for $175,000.
Which $180,000 home would you buy?
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West Village rehab project
North End upper unit
Four-bed in Core City