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Bright Germantown twin with full renovations wants $245K

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It’s a three-bed place

Courtesy of Melissa Klick

A 19th century home that’s been renovated with some farmhouse-style elements, just came on the market for $245,000.

The three-bed, 1.5-bath place on West Duval Street has undergone a total makeover since it last listed a year ago. The front porch of the home, which was once enclosed, has been opened up, allowing more light into the first floor. Inside, there’s plenty of exposed wood beams and trim, along with concrete countertops and a farmhouse sink in the kitchen.

The bedrooms sit upstairs, along with a bathroom that sits behind a sliding barn door, adding to the home’s rustic-but-chic style.

But with the massive renovations comes a price jump. The home, which was built in 1888, last sold for $80,000 in 2017. If you’re eager to check out the new space for yourself, there’s an open house on Sunday from noon to 2 p.m.