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For $1.2M, nab a flipped 16th Street Heights beauty

Hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances, and more

In 16th Street Heights, this renovated beauty has landed on the market with six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. When it last sold in December 2015, the ask totaled $555,000. Since then, the price has more than doubled to $1,295,000.

Inside, there is recessed lighting, dark hardwood flooring, and design highlights like coffered ceilings in the dining room and exposed brick in the master suite. The gourmet kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, Carrara finishes, and a breakfast bar. In the lower level, there is also an in-law suite with a full kitchen. Secure parking is also available.

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