Will the Villages make it to the Curbed Cup finals again this year? Should Woodbridge advance to the next round?
This week, we’re imagining we have over $500K to spend on a house in Detroit. Here are four options in four different neighborhoods.
We’re checking in on a couple big sales in Indian Village, plus Soupy Sales’ home in Sherwood Forest.
This three bedroom house needs all the work, and it’s located near shops and restaurants in West Village.
This 4,200-square-foot Indian Village home sits on a corner lot with a huge yard.
This 4,000-square-foot house has six bedrooms and a huge yard. It’ll need some work from the new owners, though.
The nine bedroom home sold for $617,500 last October.
This 6,000-square-foot home blends original character with modern upgrades.
This week, we found new renovations and weird kitchens in our weekly roundup of rentals.
This six-bedroom house sits on a corner lot and is listing again for $599,000.
The annual tour of the historic neighborhood is June 10-11 and includes six Arts & Crafts houses built between 1914-17.
This 4,000-square-foot house has multiple fireplaces, a spiral staircase, and a lot of different styles inside.
This week we found apartments in Palmer Park, Midtown, West Village, and more. Which would you choose?
This 3,500-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and a new kitchen.
This nearly 6,000-square-foot renovated home sits on a double lot in Indian Village.
This week, we found rentals at the Riverfront, Indian Village, New Center, Woodbridge, and Downtown. Which would you choose?
Our big roundup of sold homes this week features some houses that went on the market last summer.
The house was originally built in 1890 at Jefferson and Jos Campau. It was disassembled and rebuilt in its current location in 1920-21. It’s now up for sale for $650,000.
This nine bedroom house just sold last October.
This elegant 7,300-square-foot mansion on a huge lot has been maintained through the years. It’s back on the market after being sold last summer.
This house still needs some work and has a lot of rooms. How much would you offer?
This Indian Village beauty listed last summer for $750k. How did it fare on the market?
Which village should win Detroit’s Neighborhood of the Year? Voting will stay open through January 2 with the winner of the fake trophy announced January 3.
Beautiful restorations and fixer uppers with potential definitely caught our eye this year. Here are ten of our favorites.
Which neighborhood should advance to the Finals?
The Final Four is set for the Curbed Cup 2016. Will the fake trophy go to Boston Edison, the Villages, University District, or East English Village?
Fixer uppers in Indian Village and Boston Edison, a co-op in Lafayette Park, a a condo in Midtown, and a move-in ready home on La Salle are all for sale right now.
Which neighborhood should advance to the Final Four?
We saw two big upsets in the first round, as the top two seeds, Lafayette Park and Corktown, were defeated.
Which neighborhood should advance to the second round?
We check in with a few houses around the city that were on the market for quite a while. How did your favorite fare?
This gorgeous house has six bedrooms, stunning woodwork, and a large fenced backyard. The price? $595,000.
Your chance to tour the biggest home in Boston Edison this season, plus more holiday home tours.
This house has the perfect mix of older beauty and modern upgrades. Simply, it’s a stunning house in a historic neighborhood.
We found four different houses in neighborhoods around the city. Mansion? Loft? Which would you choose?
Today, we’re looking at a few of our favorite houses from Boston Edison, Indian Village, and Brush Park.
This 101-year-old mansion has been impressively maintained throughout the years, but also has modern conveniences and updates.
This impressive house has been beautifully restored. It just hit the market for $675,000
Home tour in University District, yard sales throughout Indian Village, and more.