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Fix up this Washington Square West rowhome, yours for $549K

Give it the TLC it deserves

This fixer-upper in Washington Square West is for sale.
Photos via Svetlana Frolenko, PA Homes Realty

The brick rowhomes that line Camac Street in Washington Square West are nothing short of idyllic—even when they’re in pretty rough shape (Remember this hauntingly beautiful corner home?). Now, another property on the block has hit the market. But don’t let its charming exterior fool you: It is the ultimate fixer upper.

It’s asking price? More than half a million, or $549,000 to be exact.

The home at 321 Camac Street is a three-story property, with three bedrooms and one full bathroom. There’s also a backyard, though you’d never be able to tell from the exterior. All 1,050 square feet of it needs a lot of work.

It probably goes without saying, but the listing states that the home is being sold as-is, so whoever snatches up this fixer-upper will be responsible for bringing it back to life.

One wonders if the home will have to bring its asking price down a bit before it snags a buyer, but it’s worth noting its proximity to the iconic 1221 Pine Street home. That fixer-upper property, located at the corner of Pine and Camac, wowed the world when it listed for $550,000 last year. It ended up selling for $685,500.