This early twentieth century standalone bought a current makeover that left the attraction of the entrance porch intact whereas giving the inside a brand new look that included partially opening up the ground plan of the primary ground, renovating all the moist rooms and including a rest room. Left intact contained in the West Midwood residence are a number of the interval particulars akin to stained glass, wooden floors with inlaid borders and the unique stair.
At 16 De Koven Court docket, the circa 1905 single-family was an Open Home Decide in 2022 when the property situation property, seen in an previous itemizing, was in want of a little bit of TLC and in the marketplace for $1.6 million. It offered for $1.4 million and, in accordance with the present itemizing, the renovation included a brand new roof, mini splits, a brand new boiler and scorching water heater. Other than these gadgets, there is not any point out of up to date plumbing or electrical.
On the principle degree, the entry bought a coat of latest paint, together with black paint on the stair, the stained glass was left in place and the unique ground was given some consideration. The entry now opens into a big lounge, created from two smaller parlors. It has wooden floors and white partitions and trim.
The white finishes lengthen into the eating room with the brick fire wall (a remnant of a earlier renovation) for the wooden burning fire painted white. The stained glass window and the horizontal window under had been left intact.
Within the kitchen there’s a new financial institution of white cupboards with chrome steel home equipment, together with a dishwasher and recessed lighting.
On the second ground are three bedrooms. The biggest bed room faces the road and has a walk-in closet and a brand new en suite bathtub with white fixtures. The opposite two bedrooms share one other full bathtub.
The highest ground is about up as a household room and visitor suite with a mattress nook and one other full bathtub with a blue self-importance and grey tile ground.
There’s a non-public driveway and a landscaped rear backyard with stone paths. It seems that the extreme quantity of latticework, presumably added someday within the late twentieth century, that when framed the rear facade has been eliminated.
Listed with Laura Rozos of Compass, the property is now priced at $2.5 million. Definitely worth the ask?
[Listing: 16 De Koven Court | Broker: Compass] GMAP
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