Developers, renovators, and designers, take notice. This is how you spruce up a shabby single-family home into a swanky new neighborhood addition.
Located in Woodridge, this Colonial last sold in October 2015 for $448,000 before returning to the market in February 2016 for $829,000. Despite the fresh new look, it still had to undergo a price chop just recently, dropping it to $799,000. Even with the new price, it's still pretty expensive for the area. According to Zillow, the median home value in Woodridge is $449,600.
Inside, the four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom abode has gotten a fresh coat of paint and recessed lighting.
From the cabinetry to the appliances, everything is all new in the kitchen. Before, the kitchen had avocado green accents. It also looks like the doors were replaced.
The worn wall-to-wall carpeting was removed to reveal the hardwood flooring in the hallway on the second floor.
The scarlet walls have thankfully been painted over, and the fan was replaced by recessed lighting.
All of the bathrooms were made brighter with lighter colored tiles.
From what the photos show, it looks like the rear deck was extended. The chain link fence was also removed for a picket fence.
To see more photos of the single-family home, you can check out the listing here.
• 2022 Monroe Street NE [Redfin]