High ceilings, recent renovations, and a 10-foot gold mirror are just some of the draws for this Green Street home, which recently came on the market for just shy of $400,000.
The exterior of the two-bed, two-bath home has some great curb appeal, with a mahogany, black first floor facade. Inside, it opens up to a large main room with an open floor plan, high ceilings, and that ornate gold mirror (which stretches nearly from floor to ceiling).
The main bedroom features a repurposed wood wall on one side and exposed brick on the other, along with access to a small outdoor space—just enough room for a grill.
The whole building underwent a massive renovation project in 2014 and despite that, the price increase over the last four years hasn’t been that massive. It last sold for $332,000 in 2014.
- 1938 Green Street, Apartment #1 [Trent Snyder, Dominic Fuscia Team]