Salisbury, Md. | $195,000
A 1940 colonial with 4 bedrooms and two and a half loos, on a zero.28-acre lot
Salisbury (inhabitants: about 32,000) is the most important metropolis on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It is in the middle of the Delmarva Peninsula between Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, about two and a half hours southeast of Washington and two and a half hours north of Norfolk, Va. The Assateague Island National Seashore is about 30 miles southeast. This property is in a revitalizing neighborhood, on a avenue with classic houses, inside strolling distance of downtown. Salisbury University is about two miles southwest, and the TidalHealth Peninsula Regional hospital is a couple of mile south. The home has a three-year-old roof and a brand new HVAC system.
Size: 2,688 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $73
Indoors: A lobby with excessive ceilings edged in dentil molding opens to a front room with a wood-burning hearth on the correct and a eating room on the left. Both rooms have hardwood flooring. The front room opens to a four-year-old enclosed sunroom, whereas the eating room connects to a two-part kitchen with black-tile flooring and white cupboards with granite counter tops. The close to portion is a breakfast room with a bay window. The far portion, separated by a peninsula, is a piece space with stainless-steel home equipment. A powder room and a again staircase are off the kitchen.
The 4 second-floor bedrooms are spacious, with hardwood flooring and closets. The main bed room contains an en suite lavatory with classic ground and wall tile (basket-weave and blue) and a streamlined tub with a bathe head. The corridor lavatory additionally has Deco thrives in addition to a ceramic bowl sink set on a classic cupboard.
Outdoor area: Lawns stretch in entrance and again. The fenced yard additionally has a patio, round backyard beds, specimen bushes and a shed. The connected two-car storage contains completed loft area.
Taxes: $2,344 (2020, based mostly on a tax evaluation of $115,800)
Contact: Donna Harrington or Amanda Tingle, the Harrington Group, Coldwell Banker Realty, 443-783-3521; matrix.brightmls.com
Minneapolis | $185,000
A two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium in a 1966 constructing
This second-floor unit is in a four-story, pet-friendly elevator constructing that sits barely west of Lake Bde Maka Ska, lower than 10 minutes by bike from Lake of the Isles Park and the Uptown neighborhood. The space is walkable, with loads of outlets and companies.
Size: 1,083 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $171
Indoors: The unit entrance opens to a room with hardwood flooring and gray-green partitions. An open nook kitchen contains wooden cupboards, granite counter tops and stainless-steel home equipment. A chandelier is positioned for a devoted eating space, and a large window on the opposite aspect of the room establishes a lounging space.
The bigger of the 2 bedrooms measures 17 by 12 toes and contains carpeting, a walk-in closet and an en suite half lavatory. The second bed room is 14 by 11 toes and has the usage of a corridor lavatory with a mixed tub and bathe. There can also be a closet with a washer and dryer hookup.
Outdoor area: The unit’s value displays its lack of a balcony, however residents have entry to a rooftop patio with metropolis and partial lake views. A deeded parking area is in rather a lot in entrance of the constructing.
Taxes: $2,584, plus a $550 month-to-month house owner price overlaying water, sewer, fuel, web, cable, safety, upkeep, garden care, snow removing — just about every little thing besides electrical energy; there’s additionally a $176 month-to-month evaluation that can lengthen to the top of 2027.
Contact: Stephanie Chandler, Stephanie Chandler Group, Edina Realty, 612-599-7107; edinarealty.com
Delhi, N.Y. | $190,000
A circa-1900 home with three bedrooms and one and a half loos, on a zero.18-acre lot
This house is a block from Main Street in Delhi, a city in Delaware County, in the western Catskills, about three hours from New York City and an hour and a half from Albany. It is lower than a mile from the campus of the State University of New York Delhi and two blocks from the west department of the Delaware River, which runs via the city. (This property will not be in a flood zone.) Popular communities inside a half-hour drive embrace Oneonta, Andes, Bovina and Margaretville.
Size: 1,450 sq. toes
Price per sq. foot: $131
Indoors: The vendor, who has owned the property since 2008, preserved charming options like concentric-rectangle-patterned floorboards, wainscoting, ornamental ceilings, built-ins and fanciful . She added trendy comforts like a renovated main-floor powder room off the eating room and a Bertazzoni vary in the kitchen, which was up to date a couple of decade in the past; it additionally contains white cupboards topped in butcher block, a steel farm sink and pendant lighting, in addition to high-end home equipment.
On the second ground are three bedrooms and a hallway lavatory. (Technically, the lavatory connects to 2 hallways, off entrance and again staircases.) The main bed room is in the rear and contains maroon partitions, a box-beamed wooden ceiling and two closets; the opposite bedrooms have one. The lavatory is black and white, and features a mixed tub and bathe. The basement has a semifinished room, together with a room for mechanicals and storage.
Outdoor area: The home has a coated entrance porch. The proprietor added a pair of sheds, one in all which has electrical energy and a wooden range and has been used as a workshop. Parking is in a carport.
Taxes: $three,193 (2020, based mostly on a $55,000 evaluation)
Contact: Susan Muther or Hazen Reed, Catskill Country Living Team, Keller Williams Upstate New York Properties, 607-746-3000; 5orchard.catskillcountryliving.com
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