2111 E 9th #1

I’m going to go ahead and call this bungalow remodel a success. They’ve clearly stuck to the KISS rules (keep it simple stupid) and managed to tastefully update this 1930’s home. I’m suspecting by the #1 designation there is a secondary structure going somewhere, but kudos to the developer for keeping the original home. More of this please!

Price: $479,900

Details: 1,027 sqft, 3 Bed, 2 Bath

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8513 Red Willow

Alright class, pays special attention to this one because it’s the future. There are a lot of bad 80’s houses out there that have some potential, and this is exactly how to address them. The dark painted exterior hides a multitude of architectural sins and the interior finish out is spot on.

Price: $419,900

Details: 2,034 sqft, 3 Bed, 3 Bath

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2509 Euclid

Sweet simplicity. This one absolutely nails it by not trying to hard. I love the white oak floors and white cabinetry. This is the sort of house that can adapt to any interior styling.

Price: $1,225,000

Details: 2,791 sqft, 3 Bed, 4 Bath

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1605 Canterbury

This historic 1906 home is about as far as you can get from modern, but it’s the perfect blank slate. I love a house the juxtaposes modern and traditional and this could be the perfect project. Someone needs to come along and honor the architecture on this one and give the interior a modern update.

Price: $850,000

Details: 2,760 sqft, 6 Bed, 2 Bath

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