Not all flip projects are created equal. In fact, the word ”flip” is an ugly word. It conveys a sense of cold, hard business decisions, devoid of soul, life, character. 306 Ferdinand is most certainly *not* a flip, and to call it such would be a disservice to the time, care, and effort the owners have taken to preserve the rich history of the family that occupied the house for 62 years prior to their purchase. This is not a flip. This is a modern reimagining of the timeless ”starter home,” with the details and nuance you’ve come to expect in a tasteful remodel. From the completely updated kitchen with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and tile backsplash, 306 Ferdinand segues nicely into an open living/dining area with gleaming hardwood floors and comfortable space. Upstairs holds three sizable bedrooms, each with new wall to wall carpet, ceiling fans, and deep closets with lights, along with a newly updated half bath. As for the bones, the roof is fewer than 10 years old, the boiler fewer than seven, the electric has been updated, windows have been replaced, the basement has been cleaned and brightened with new LED lights, a 100sf deck has been added off the back door that leads to a cozy and private fenced in back yardSo much to love about this newly renovated and affordable home, you have to see it do understand why this house isn’t some fly by night ”flip.” It’s a place to proudly call home.
|Lot Square Feet:||0.070 acres|