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Funky Germantown home with exposed beams, penny floor wants $460K

It’s a four-bed place

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Tucked away on the edge of Germantown, this restored, early 1900’s home has a number of interesting and unique details throughout.

The four-bed, 2.5-bath home just dropped on the market for $459,000, and offers a covered porch, hardwood floors, and high ceilings in the living room. The kitchen has some cool details, too, with a farmhouse sink, exposed beams, and worn wood paneling—all giving it that rustic country vibe.

Some of the most interesting parts of the home are actually found in the bathrooms. The first floor bathroom has floor tiles that are literally pennies. Another bathroom features corrugated tin paneling, and the final bath has exposed brick and a massive stone shower.

Built in 1919, the home last sold for $229,000 in June of this year. But after its full-facelift, it’s doubled in price.