Here’s a four-story brownstone that needs some work, but has some details and offers potential to a buyer who’s up for a renovation project. It’s at 410A Hancock Street, in Stuy Heights, just north of the Stuy Heights Historic District.
There’s no floorplan, but the listing tells us it’s a three-family, with a three-bedroom owner’s duplex on the bottom and a pair of two-bedroom apartments above. (The listing claims three, which presumably is an error.) It measures 17 feet by 52 feet and holds over 3,500 square feet, per the listing; whether they’re counting the basement we couldn’t tell you.
As for condition, the pictured spaces look to be in decent condition, though there’s much that’s not shown. The one kitchen represented needs an overhaul, and presumably, the others do as well.
The listing says the house calls for “some cosmetic upgrades,” though a need for other improvements would not shock us. Detail-wise we’re looking at mantels, crown moldings, wainscoting, some parquet floors and perhaps more.
The house sold for $835,000 in June, to buyers who are now putting it up for $1.85 million. Whether they put in any work isn’t clear, though obviously, it’d be quite a staggering price hike even if so. What do you think it’s worth?
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