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East Village duplex filled with inviting wood trim asks $325K

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It’s also been recently updated

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Outside the opulent homes of Indian Village, the greater villages area has plenty of gems. Like this home on Fischer Street, which just hit the market for $324,995.

The yellow vinyl–wrapped duplex, which was built in 1900 according to the listing, is fairly unassuming from the outside. It sits on a double-wide lot and is adjacent to the impressive Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church.

But the interior of the 2,200-square-foot home has retained many original details and was also recently renovated. The wood trim—around the windows, entryway, and floor—still shine nicely, as does the hardwood floors and built-in cabinets.

Some of the updates include new plumbing, a furnace, and a water heater. Each unit has also gotten a new kitchen—with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tile floors, and cabinets—and a new bathroom.

The units share a front entrance and kitchen. There’s also a detached two-car garage.

971 Fischer Street is listed for $324,995 with Joy Santiago Clark of Dwellings Unlimited.

The home still has original built-in shelves.
The hardwood floors, trim, and doors have been sanded or stained.
Both units have brand new kitchens.
The second-story dining room.
There are two potential bedrooms per unit.
The home is next to Jefferson Avenue Presbyterian Church.