We are simply amazed by the transformation of this diminutive house, which has a sad back story. The new wood window surrounds, the bathroom and the kitchen are especially impressive. The slate fireplace has been stripped and works. A thorough facade renovation included new black iron windows, a new door, and paint removal.
The current owner bought the property unrenovated in 2012 for $920,000 from a flipper after the city took it from an elderly woman for nonpayment of only $10,092 in taxes, according to property records and a reader who saw the house when it was last for sale.
“It wasn’t a total wreck but it needed a lot of work,” she told us. “It had some original detail remaining.” The one-family house has three bedrooms, one full bath and two half baths. It is only 1,400 square feet, according to PropertyShark.
What do you think of the renovation and the new ask of 1,998,000?