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Renovated Tudor Revival in East English Village asks $215K

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This attractive brick home was just updated in 2018

Brick Tudor Revival with stone accents around windows and a gated driveway. There’s snow on the ground and the roof of the house. Photos by Sage & Elissa

East English Village is still one of those Detroit neighborhoods where you can buy an attractive, move-in ready home at a fairly affordable price. There’s no better example than one that just hit the market for $215,000.

The Tudor Revival built, according to the listing, in 1937 has a classic brick exterior with stone accents around the windows and front entrance. There’s also a wrought-iron gate leading to the driveway and detached two-car garage, separated from the backyard by a short wood privacy fence.

The 1,837-square-foot, three-bedroom home got an extensive remodel in 2018. That’s especially notable in the kitchen, which now has a ceramic-tile floor and backsplash, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a unique seating nook next to built-in shelves.

The living and dining rooms have retained a lot of their charm. There’s still a beautiful marble fireplace and wood mantel, curbed entryways, hardwood floors, and wood paneling. The bathrooms also have nice tiled walls and floors.

Want to see it for yourself? There will be an open house this Sunday, January 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

4415 Yorkshire Road is listed with Brandon Curry of Signature Sotheby’s International Realty for $215,000.

Living room with black marble fireplace and white wood mantel. There’s a gray couch, yellow chair, and wood/glass coffee table on top of a mostly white carpet.