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Renovated and rustic Point Breeze home asks $209K

Wood chevron wall for the win

New builds are going up in Point Breeze left and right, but there are still plenty of rowhomes that are hitting the market, both fixer-uppers and rehabs alike. Take this 4-bedroom, 1-bath home that just listed with a reasonable price tag of $209,000.

Before it underwent a top-to-bottom renovation, the home last sold in 2012 for just $80,000, according to property records. At the time, the dated home featured wall-to-wall carpeting and wood-paneled rooms. Today, the rehabbed home is proof that it doesn’t take too much—a good paint job and some creative detailing—to really transform a place.

Today, the home features a brand new kitchen, hardwood floors, and other nice architectural details in each bedroom, like a skylight and a chevron wood wall. There’s also a cute back patio just off the kitchen.

The home’s location at 2015 Morris Street also puts you just a few blocks from the Broad Street line.