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 $100,000.
A 1,499-square-foot brick ranch on Oakman Boulevard is listed with Deborah Smith of Keller Williams Realty for $100,000. This unique home in a unique west side neighborhood has a colorful interior: There’s a carpeted living room on either side of a brick fireplace, a kitchen with lime green cabinets, a pink bedroom (one of three), a blue-tiled bathroom with wild wallpaper, and more. It’s also on a large corner lot with an in-ground pool in the backyard.
A 1,382-square-foot home on Eason Street is listed with James Saros and Kyle Lawrence of Saros Real Estate for $109,000. The adorable move-in ready bungalow has a great roof line with long dormer and stone chimney. Inside the three-bedroom home, there’s lots of white-painted wood paneling, trim, and built-in shelving. It’s also been recently updated and now has new kitchen and bathrooms, refinished hardwood floors, and more.
A 1,432-square-foot home on Greydale Avenue is listed with Jeff Glover of Keller Williams Realty for $109,900. This three-bedroom “colonial” on the far northwest side has an attractive brick exterior. The inside is fairly subdued with some gray painting and recessed lighting. It also comes with an updated kitchen that has new countertops, cabinets, and backsplash. The home has had several pending offers over the last half-year it’s been on the market, but no one’s closed yet.
A 1,200-square-foot home on Gallagher Street is listed with Muhtasin Sadman of Amin Realty for $105,000. This classic Hamtramck bungalow has the humble exterior and interior similar to many other homes in the city. The listing says the four-bedroom residence has gotten a new roof, furnace, and water heater in recent years. It also comes with a detached, one-car garage.
A 1,363-square-foot home on Birwood Street is listed with Derek Lievens of Market Elite for $105,000. The brick colonial has a simple but attractive look. Inside the three-bedroom home, there’s arched entryways between rooms, a little nook for storage or eating off the kitchen, and a fireplace with a wood mantel. Some features could use an update, but overall it seems to be in solid shape.
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