As Lost City pointed out this week, Cobble Hill’s Rat Squirrel house (aka 149 Kane Street) is now “close to looking like a structural citizen.” Windows are in where the plywood once was. As you can see, the door still needs improvement. This rundown townhouse, which has gotten much attention from the blogs, received random improvements in the past few years but no significant rehabilitation.
Rat Squirrel House Gets Windows [Lost City] GMAP
Photo via Lost City
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