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 $250,000.
A 1,832-square-foot home on Warrington Street is listed with Jennifer Reynolds of O’Connor Realty for $230,000. The Tudor-style home has a wonderful interior with original hardwood floors and decorative molding, a wood-paneled study, a bright pink-tiled bathroom, a finished basement (with wet bar), and more. It also sits right across the street from Hyde Park.
Near West Village
A 1,550-square-foot home just north of West Village on Beals Street is listed with Nika Jusufi of Nika & Co. for $239,000. The bungalow has a charming exterior with cedar shake, a wide porch, and dormer window. The interior has been completely renovated with new oak floors and a passthrough kitchen. It also comes with a finished second floor master bathroom with double vanity sink and walk-in shower.
A 1,390-square-foot unit in a triplex is listed with Austin Black II of City Living Detroit for $225,500. This newly constructed home, part of a scattered-site development in the neighborhood, has an open floor plan with a connected living room, dining room, and kitchen. There’s also two bedrooms on the second floor—the master comes with a walk-in closet—and a dual vanity sink and walk-in shower in the full bathroom.
A 1,377-square-foot condo in the 1300 Lafayette Building is listed with Jeffrey Gisstennar of Life Inside Realty for $219,700. A combined one-bedroom and studio, the renovated unit has an open floor plan with a merged living room, dining room, and kitchen. The expansive master bedroom is behind sliding barn-style doors. And each room offers impressive north-facing views from its upper-level perch.
A 2,200-square-foot bungalow on Warwick Street is listed with Robert Kabbani of Keller Williams for $219,900. The home has a gorgeous brick exterior with large columns outside its wide porch. The spacious interior comes with a long living room and fireplace, formal dining room with decorative trim, and four total bedrooms. It’s also been remodeled in recent years, and has a brand new kitchen, bathrooms, and more.
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Near West Village