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4th & #325

I’ve seen renderings for 4th & before, but I think these may be some of the first finished photos I’ve seen. Yes, 500 square feet is super tiny, the good news is that the price tag is also relatively small as well. Thoughts?

Price: $255,000

Details: 512 sqft, Studio 1 bath

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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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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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1100 E 8th

Ok, so this one is clearly not modern. I grew up in a home that was also built in the 1890’s so there is a bit of nostalgia here for me, plus modernist or not you have to admit that this is a beautiful property. Plus who ever would have guessed that this was on the east side?

Price: $2,500,000

Details: 3,522 sqft, 4 Bed, 3 Bath

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1121 Gunter

Um, how adorable is this little bungalow? I absolutely love the use of the smooth stucco both inside and out. It's a nice balance for all the ship lap. The best thing of all may just be the HUGE yard though, so much potential there. 

Price: $418,900

Details: 992 sqft, 2 Bed, 1  Bath

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