This freestanding house at 2117 Glenwood Road in South Midwood, a legal two-family set up as a single residence, offers a lot of space. There are six bedrooms, a pair of living rooms, a dining room, three full bathrooms, a study, an additional room not designated as a bedroom for some reason, a pantry, a large foyer, and a roof deck.
There’s also a large yard, a private driveway and a garage, all on a 40-by-100-foot lot. Like we said, spacious.
The circa-1900 house offers some original detail as well, including a fireplace and at least one decorative mantel, pocket doors, woodwork, and moldings.
The overall condition is a little hard to gauge. The listing, from Compass brokers Dan Bentov and Adam Sikorski, describes the house as “partially renovated.” The kitchen is not pictured, nor are any bathrooms (one of which sports an original clawfoot tub). It’s likely they need upgrading, and there could be more work in store for the next owner as well.
The mechanicals are reportedly “like new” and there are new windows. The house was bought from its longtime owner by an LLC in September for $640,000.
In any case, the price now is $1,099,000. How does it look to you?
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