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Unit in historic Woodbridge Victorian gets modern renovation, asks $300K

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One of several units in the updated mansion from 1900

A combined dining room and kitchen. All the walls are white and there’s hardwood floors. Photos by James Tumey

A gorgeous Victorian mansion in Woodbridge has been restored. It’s also been subdivided, and one of the units just hit the market for $299,950.

The home itself, built in 1900, totals nearly 6,000 square feet. Bought in late 2018, it got a modern makeover on the inside last year and converted into multiple units. Fortunately, the home retained its gorgeous exterior with aged brick, a turret, and newly painted black wood.

The two-bedroom condo for sale is just over 1,000 square feet. Here you’ll find hardwood floors and fresh coats of paint on the walls and trim. The living room has bay windows and the original brick fireplace (though it’s covered up in the listing).

The most striking updates are in the modern kitchen and bathrooms, where there’s quartz countertops, subway-tile walls and backsplash, soft close cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and walk-in glass door showers. Plus, throughout the house new fixtures and finishes of matte black and brushed gold were installed.

The unit also comes with a private entrance and gated parking lot.

4304 Trumbull Street #2 is listed with James Tumey of Friedman of Friedman Real Estate for $299,950.

Close-up of a porch with cement and wood walk-up to a brick house.
The unit comes with a private entrance off Trumbull.
A room with a sofa and narrow wood coffee table against the bay window. To the right is a brick fireplace with a painting covering it.
The living room has a bay window and original brick fireplace.
There’s quartz countertops and a black matte sink fixture.
Close-up of the modern appliances and finishes in the kitchen.
A square, empty room with hardwood floors and white walls.
One of two bedrooms in the 1,010-square-foot unit.
A bathroom with white walls and white tiled floor. The glass shower has larger subway tiles.
Modern bathroom with subway-tile shower.
A three-story brick home with black-painted wood around the porch, window frames, and roof.
View of the full mansion at 4304 Trumbull Avenue.