After spending almost a year off the market, a historic Fitler Square home—the first one ever built on the block—has re-listed with a smaller price tag of $1,475,000.
That’s $300,000 less than its original asking price, which we highlighted when it first listed in March 2016. The 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath home dates back to 1831 and most recently underwent a significant transformation.
The 2,495-square-foot home now features an open floor plan and a floating staircase that reaches the third floor, which was converted into a media room from a bedroom. While it has new oak floors, the original exposed beams were kept intact. It also has access to a roof deck that has views of the skyline.
Will the smaller price tag help this home find a buyer this time around? We’ll see.
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