• Finally, Some Sub-$3M Listings in Edgewood Park

    Feels like it’s been awhile, but finally some new listings have hit the market in recent weeks, that don’t require cialis online ordering a stratospheric mortgage or cash (not a knock on some of the gorgeous multi-million dollar listings out there, but realistically, the buyer pool for homes under $2M in Edgewood Park is just a tad bigger).

    And it’s quite the broad mix — new construction, total fixer-upper, old-world charm.  In no particular order, here’s what’s come on lately:

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    320 Edgewood – $1.348M – 4br/4ba, 2910 sq ft, 5700 sq. ft. lot. More pictures on the virtual tour here.

    3 Hyde St – $1.695M – 4br/3ba, 2850 sq. ft. on a 12,300 sq. ft. lot. Virtual tour here. Originally was $1.795M (sold a couple years ago for $1.425M)

    964 Blandford – $1.795M – 4br/4.5ba, 2700 sq. ft. on a 10,293 sq. ft. lot.  A gorgeous remodel of a 1931 home (you may recall this one had been on the market a couple years ago, but not sold, originally at $2.795M and lastly at $2.395M….my how times have changed).

    150 Warwick – $1.895M – 5br/3ba, 3400 sq. ft. on a 6750 sq. ft. lot.  Brand new Craftsman construction.  Virtual tour here.

    144 Somerset – $895,000 – 2br/1ba, 1280 sq. ft. on a 6750 sq. ft. lot.  This one is my favorite — a true diamond in the rough.  The home touts itself as a ‘contractor’s special’.  It truly is, make no bones about it. But, a fantastic one block street, with lots of ‘old world charm’ homes on them.

    30 Woodsworth (now pending) – $1.295M, 3br/2ba, 1610 sq. ft. on a 9100 sq. ft. lot.  This one didn’t last too long (just 19 days on the market). A great street, in the heart of Edgewood Park. Recession, what recession?

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