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One-half of historic Brush Park home hits the market for $750K

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This home from 1913 was converted into a duplex in the early 2000s

Brick home with green and yellow-painted wood around the windows Photos by 1440 Media

On one of the denser streets in Brush Park, a unit in a historic home-turned-duplex has hit the market. The home on Adelaide Street is listed through Sotheby’s International Realty for $749,999.

The house itself was built in 1913 and remodeled in 2002 when it was converted into a duplex. A number of exterior renovations are currently underway as well.

The Second Empire–style home has colorfully-painted wood around its windows and soffits, as well as a characteristic mansard roof with some great dormer windows on the third floor.

It’s 2,700 square feet and comes with three bedrooms, a deck (plus a natural gas grill), and a two-and-a-half car garage. The high-ceilinged first floor has a combined living and dining room, which connects to the kitchen that comes with an island and modern electric range.

There’s a nice fireplace and wood mantel in the living room, though the space is noticeably absent of crown molding, medallions, or other architectural adornments. The second and third floors are pretty standard and come with carpeted floors.

One of the main appeals of this home will certainly be its location. And at $277 per square foot, it’s not a bad price either.

Kitchen with wood cabinets
Living room with wood mantle and fireplace
Master bedroom with carpeted floor and low bed
Backyard deck and patio is lined with plants
Aerial of the backyard deck