1895 Romanesque in Detroit, MI – $300,000

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Added to OHD on 5/12/20   -   Last OHD Update: 5/13/20   -   Comments Closed
For Sale

3704 14th St, Detroit, MI 48208

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  • $300,000
  • 6 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 3332 Sq Ft
  • 0.09 Ac.
A Great Opportunity to own a piece of Detroit's History. This 3 Story Historic Victorian Home was built in 1895 in the Godfroy Farm Subdivision. This property features 6 Bedrooms, 3 Full Bathrooms, a Front Covered Porch and a Rear Enclosed Porch. The Adjacent Vacant Lot is included in the sale of this property giving you a Lot Dimension of 72 x 90 Square Footage. There are many projects being development in this area which includes New Condos and Single Family Homes. Enjoy a 10 minute walk or a quick Bike ride to many New Restaurants, Entertainment located in Cork Town and the Iconic Detroit Train Station. Access to all Major Freeways in Detroit just in minutes, 10 min to Downtown Detroit and the Eastern Market. BATVAI prior to placing an offer.
Contact Information
Clarence Wilson, RCH Brokerage Legacy
(248) 440-2268
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3 Comments on 1895 Romanesque in Detroit, MI – $300,000

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  1. What a lonesome beauty! I do tours at a Romanesque Revival house in Atlanta so my heart goes out to this place. I bet it’s incredible inside. Thanks for the post, Kelly. Believing the right person will find it, fall in love and bring it back to life. Wow!

  2. LadyTexasLadyTexas says: 183 comments
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    1979 Traditional
    Plano, TX

    Nicole Curtis, where are you? This is your tribe!

  3. RayRay says: 207 comments
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    1958 prarie, or mid century
    Escondido, CA

    I grew up in brick in brick and found it cold. but this Indiana lime stone has a lot of charm.


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