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Quirky, colorful Victorian in 16th Street Heights drops price by $75K

Now, it’s on the market for roughly $975,000

When this Victorian single-family home first landed on the 16th Street Heights market back in May, it asked $1.05 million. Since then, it has undergone two price chops, dropping it to $974,500. Now, the seven-bedroom home is the sixth most expensive listing in the 16th Street Heights-Crestwood-Brightwood area.

The 1911-constructed residence comes with updated woodwork, double pocket doors, coffered ceilings, and a brand new two-level rear porch and sunroom. According to the listing, the property also offers brand new two-zoned air conditioning and heating.

In the reception area, there is a wood-paneled staircase. In the lower level, there is checkered flooring, wood wainscoting, and a second kitchen. The backyard is fenced-in and with enough space for a garden. A one-car garage is included. The entire property spans 3,500 square feet.

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