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Colonial Village fixer-upper lists for $907K


All photos via Allison James Estates & Homes

Typically, the phrase, “Enter at your own risk,” isn’t the most appealing thing to hear, but you know what? Honesty is always the best policy, especially when it comes to real estate. Recently, this five-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom single-family home landed on the Colonial Village market, and it’s not messing around when it tells homebuyers that this property “needs a lot of work.”

“Caution!” it writes, while later adding that it’s “well worth the sweat equity that will pour out of this home.” If any homebuyers are interested, they will definitely need to repaint the walls and refinish the flooring in this 1930-built property. There are holes in the ceiling. Additionally, the facade should get a good cleaning.

So, what makes this fixer-upper worth any attention? First of all, it’s pretty expansive, spanning 3,610 square feet on about a third of an acre of land. The location is also less than a mile away from Downtown Silver Spring and its Metro station.

The price totals $907,000.

The listing agent is Ramona Williams of Allison James Estates & Homes.

1860 Redwood Terrace NW [Redfin]