1938 – Detroit, MI – $110,000

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Added to OHD on 1/9/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/11/19   -   28 Comments
18601 Pennington Dr, Detroit, MI 48221

Map: Street

Price

$110,000

Beds

4

Baths

2.5

SqFt

2281

Be a part of the new walkable community along Detroit's Historic Avenue of Fashion commercial corridor with this Diamond in the Rough featuring over 2200sf, two car garage, original tile and leaded glass windows. 4BR, 2.1BA all brick colonial with spacious living and dining rooms, library w/judges paneling and vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. Large, bright landing upstairs with screened in balcony. No Private Showings. Open houses will start after New Year. All info to be verified by Buyer agent. Seller will not review offers without proof of funds or mortgage pre-approval. No FHA Buyers as house is missing furnace and some sinks. Please call listing agent and review offer instructions before placing offer. All measurements are approximate and should be verified by Buyer Agent. Property sold AS-IS.
Contact Details
Shelley Taylor, Max Broock
(855) 773-9654
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28 Comments on 1938 – Detroit, MI – $110,000

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  1. JRC says: 79 comments

    I love the yellow and black bathroom!!

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  2. StevenF says: 629 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    This house was a pleasant surprise….the inside has a ton of potential. I wasn’t quite sure what to make of the realtor’s description of “2.1” baths. 🙂

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    • RosewaterRosewater says: 4068 comments
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      1875 Italianate cottage
      Noblesville, IN

      .1 bath for garden gnomes. 😉

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    • Sarah says: 2 comments

      MLS makes us put .1 for half baths because if there are two full and two half baths and it used .5 for half baths it would say three full instead of 2.2 when the data is entered and syndicated, if that makes sense.

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      • StevenF says: 629 comments
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        1969 Regency
        Nashville, TN

        Ahh…thank you for the education. Seems a quirky way to circumvent a feature that MLS could easily fixed with a good programmer. Thanks!

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  3. RossRoss says: 2311 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Detroit abounds with houses like this.

    I hope the new owners restore the distinctive steel windows rather than replace them. Here’s a good source:

    http://www.seekirchersteelwindow.com/faq/

    LOVE the bathrooms. LOVE all the late 1930s qualities.

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  4. TGrantTGrant says: 467 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    Does anyone know what is that countertop insert above the dishwasher?

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  5. Tess says: 274 comments

    My dream a cedar closet.

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  6. Karen SpencerKaren Spencer says: 8 comments

    Wow those bathrooms are amazing as is the stained glass. I have never been to Detroit but I have a great fondness for that city somehow.

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  7. Valerie Auberry says: 7 comments

    I love the fixtures, left furniture and nicnacks from the 70’s!!! I would keep them all. The bathrooms are outstanding. This could be great again.

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  8. Gina Hill says: 65 comments

    Wow, this is a fantastic house. I could have a field day.

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  9. MonChiChiPox says: 221 comments

    It’s a beautiful home. It’s such a shame about the crumbling of Detroit. In it’s prime it had architecture, public and private, that was some of the best in history. You can still look at homes and other buildings that are in a near rubble condition and still see how beautiful they were. Detroit was a very planned city. That usually doesn’t work out. However the ones who planned Detroit did it with a loving and talented eye. It worked out well.

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  10. JulianaMoon says: 71 comments

    Our family home from 1925 – 2004 was near 7 Mile and Woodward. It was my grandparents till my brother took it over in 1980. I always dreamed of one day buying and renovating it. (It was sold at tax auction for $700 but buyers just stole the bricks off the house, etc). I went on Google Earth to look at it as I frequently do and it was gone. Demolished by the city. My brother took such good care of that house. To see it being picked apart to use on other homes, than demolished tore me up. Rest in Peace 170/172 W.Nevada. Always in our hearts.

    The area where this house is is coming back beautifully. They have really done an amazing job, and this house shows how impressive an area it is. Professionals and artists are moving there from the suburbs, and making it a wonderful family community.
    This house is gorgeous and the tile work is incredible. I love it!! I wish I could afford to remodel it bc I am looking for a home in that area. Well, the Woodward Corridor.

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    • Mary Jane says: 4 comments

      I was born over on Oak Drive! Grandparents lived on Birchcrest. Drove around the area last year and neighborhood looked great. Every end-of-block house seemed to have those cool front doors angled to the corner.

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      • JulianaMoon says: 71 comments

        I love the architecture in Detroit. I know those doors and they are so cool. I used to live in the 6 story blonde brick building at State Fair and Woodward in the late 80’s. The inside was absolutely gorgeous. Marble foyer, cage elevator, adorable apartments. The little details everywhere were so unique.

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  11. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 722 comments
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    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Detroit rocks! A plethora of some of the most beautiful architecture in the country.

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  12. Bethany otto says: 2374 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    What a charming wonderful house! Oh I pray someone who appreciates all it’s great vintage features from various eras gets this one. I would just employ a little elbow grease and leave it pretty much alone!

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  13. Sara says: 16 comments

    Beautiful. Needs no cosmetic work except maybe protecting those worn spots on the wood floors. Oh and getting rid of those weird vertical plastic slats on the windows. Its perfect. I love the daisies in the kitchen and the bathrooms are wonderful!

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