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What $200K buys in Detroit right now

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See what you can get in neighborhoods like Elmwood Park, Bagley, and Morningside

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 $200,000.

Photos by Tryst Mallette

A 2,464-square-foot home on Stoepel Street is listed for $189,900 with Daniel Prentice of Home Team Realty Services. This classic Detroit brick “colonial” has some nice decorative elements around the front entrance. The large interior, which comes with six bedrooms, was recently renovated and now has refinished hardwood floors, a redone kitchen with a passthrough to the dining room, and more.

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Elmwood Park

A 1,200-square-foot condo on Hyde Park Road is listed for $203,000 with Donna Stoner of Bolton-Johnston Associates. This unit in the North Park Cooperative has a nice, modern look that takes advantage of every square foot. The carpeted living room looks out onto a deck and the recently updated galley kitchen has new stainless steel appliances. HOA fee of $749 per month covers taxes, insurance, ground maintenance, gas, water, and more.

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North Rosedale Park

A 2,092-square-foot home on Ashton Road is listed for $194,500 with Hulya Erol-Garvett of Keller Williams Realty. This four-bedroom Tudor-ish home has a nice layout, with wide entryways between rooms. The bright kitchen has an island and dining nook. It’s also gotten a number of upgrades over the last decade, including a new roof, storm windows, and light fixtures.

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A 1,890-square-foot home on Three Mile Drive is listed for $174,900 with Nika Jusufi of Max Broock Realtors. This square brick home has an attractive symmetrical facade with three gables in front of its hipped roof. Inside the three-bedroom residence, there’s a bright living room with hardwood floors and a gorgeous glazed-tile fireplace. It’s also got a new kitchen with an island, granite countertops, and a passthrough to the dining room.

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A 1,009-square-foot home on Horton Street is listed for $219,000 with Jason Hill and Abby Joz of Historic Detroit Realty. We don’t normally include suburban homes in Curbed Comparison, but found this Ferndale bungalow charming enough to feature. The home has a pleasant screened-in porch in front of the entrance, which leads to an open living and dining room that has a midcentury feel (though it was built in 1928). It’s also gotten lots of updates recently, including refinished floors, new kitchen finishes, and a new roof.


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