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 $225,000.
A 760-square-foot condo on West Hancock Street is listed with James Tumey of Friedman Real Estate for $222,500. This south-facing unit in the renovated Sherbrooke features hardwood floors, a granite-countertop kitchen, and a carpeted bedroom. It also comes with one gated parking spot adjacent to the building, which was built in 1914. HOA fees are $207 per month.
A 2,237-square-foot colonial in the Atkinson Street Historic District is listed with Ishma Best of Prep Realty for $225,000. The four-bedroom home on the southern edge of Boston-Edison has a nice brick exterior with a deck accessible from the great room. The recently renovated home comes with restored hardwood floors, some beautiful molding (especially in the dining room with its French doors), and a large back yard with detached garage.
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A 1,564-square-foot home on Woodrow Wilson Street near the Henry Ford Hospital is listed with Quinn Martin of Leboursia Realty Group for $229,900. The three-bedroom home has an attractive exterior with a large dormer window and wide front porch. The home from 1916 was completely renovated last year and features restored hardwood floors, a combined kitchen and dining room area, and a master bathroom with marble floors.
A 870-square-foot condo on Cherboneau Place is listed with Hayley Steinkopf Bonafede of Alexander Real Estate Detroit for $224,900. This two-bedroom unit in a modern townhome development just off the park was recently renovated. It now has polished concrete floors, a modern kitchen with sleek wood cabinets, and an open floor plan. HOA fees are $366 per month.
A 2,444-square-foot home on Chicago Boulevard is listed with Al Melfi of Real Estate One for $225,000. The owners of this five-bedroom home made some fascinating interior design choices for this classic-looking Tudor Revival. Note the ornate furniture in the living room, the gold-painted crown molding in the dining room, the track lighting in the master bedroom, and much more. Be sure to check out the listing for yourself.
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