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'Industrial Chic' Home is a Triumph of the NoLibs Aesthetic


"How NoLibs-y can one NoLibs house be?" is the question that this home seems to ask. All the features are in place: exposed brick, exposed beam, hints at the building's industrial past, repurposed and reclaimed elements of interior decor, and enough twee nonsense to make anyone disappointed about the death of the Brooklyn flea feel at ease inside.

This house does offer some compelling features: the ceilings are quite high, there's a deeded parking space in a garage that comes with the place, and the hardwood floors aren't too shabby either.

Of course, much of the ultra-hip decor will probably be removed when the current owners leave, but the vintage tricycle next to the oversized "THE" in the kitchen is truly a triumph.
House Vitals:
Size: 1,426 sq ft, three bedrooms, and two baths
Amenities include: Exposed brick and beams, hardwood floors, deeded garage parking, high ceilings, skylights, and a bike or scooter storage area.
Asking Price: $375,000
· 813 N Hancock St #3 [Trulia]