$330,000 Homes in Minnesota, Missouri and Maine
St. Paul | $334,900
A 1924 Craftsman bungalow with three bedrooms and two loos
The Macalester-Groveland neighborhood of St. Paul has a mixture of single-family residence types and costs. This bungalow is on the modest finish. It is 4 blocks from the Mississippi River, shut to a few faculty campuses and a block and a half from the unique Snuffy’s Malt Shop.
Size: 1,438 sq. ft
Price per sq. foot: $233
Indoors: Entry is thru an unheated porch, right into a lounge with narrow-strip wood flooring and a vintage-tile fire encompass and fireplace. The eating room is thru an archway with ornamental scrolls and has picture-rail molding. The kitchen was renovated a couple of years in the past with new granite counters, lighting, stainless-steel home equipment and a middle island on wheels, with the intention to slide it to the aspect if you would like extra room for cooking.
The primary ground additionally consists of two bedrooms and a toilet with a mixed bath-and-shower clad in subway and mosaic tile. Upstairs, underneath the roof gable, is a 3rd bed room with a closet.
A second lavatory with a bathe is on the basement degree, together with two rooms that may very well be completed as bedrooms.
Outdoor area: The zero.11-acre lot features a indifferent one-car storage with room for bicycles.
Contact: Pete Rathjen, Counselor Realty, 651-308-4550; counselorrealty.com
Springfield, Mo. | $315,000
A 1987 custom-built brick ranch home with three bedrooms and two loos
This home stands out from its conventional neighbors within the Fox Grape subdivision in southeast Springfield — and, for that matter, in a lot of town — due to its modern type. It is subsequent to a shopping mall with a number of eating places and a movie show.
Size: 2,692 sq. ft
Price per sq. foot: $117
Indoors: A lobby steps all the way down to a sunken lounge with a mirrored brick fire chimney rising to a 15-foot ceiling and a wall of built-in cupboards and cabinets. The eating room has a free-standing construction with a moist bar hid behind folding frosted-glass doorways, in addition to a granite eating desk that comes with the property.
Behind this area is a breakfast room with a storage wall; it’s hooked up to a galley kitchen with a walk-in pantry.
The house owners added the 440-square-foot sunroom, which features a secure room for retreating throughout tornadoes. (The home doesn’t have a basement.)
To the proper of the lobby, by means of a pivoting door, is a main bedroom with a hearth. The en suite lavatory has rubber-tile flooring, a glass-block wall and a marble-topped self-importance. The suite additionally consists of a big walk-in closet.
Two extra bedrooms on the rear of the home are arrange as a research and workplace; they share a hallway lavatory. There can be a laundry room.
Outdoor area: The home sits on a zero.23-acre nook lot and is linked to a three-car storage. The sunroom walks out by means of French doorways with leaded-glass home windows to a rear deck with a gazebo and an built-in ramp for accessibility. An in-ground sprinkler system helps preserve the massive garden.
Taxes: $2,378 (2018)
Contact: Ethel Curbow, Coldwell Banker Vanguard, 417-300-1513; flexmls.com
Credit scorePeter G. Morneau
Long Island, Me. | $335,000
A 1926 shingled cottage with three bedrooms and one lavatory
Long Island, which seceded from Portland, Me., in 1993 and has a year-round inhabitants of 200, is six miles from the mainland and accessible by ferry all year long. Travel time averages 45 minutes. The island has a small market, a library, a neighborhood middle, a number of seashores and a college with 13 college students in kindergarten by means of fifth grade and two lecturers. This property is a seven-minute stroll from the ferry terminal and is being offered absolutely furnished.
Size: 1,365 sq. ft
Price per sq. foot: $245
Indoors: At one level a bed-and-breakfast, the home is zoned for hospitality in addition to residential use, with a allow. It has been upgraded with a space-heating system that may be set to activate robotically to stop pipes from freezing when the home is unoccupied.
At some level a wall in the primary ground was eliminated to create an open dwelling and eating room with a U-shaped kitchen with white cupboards. These rooms have wood flooring, beamed ceilings and molding. Beyond is a den with a timber ceiling and a wooden range, in addition to the house’s solely lavatory, which has a mixed tub and bathe. There can be a laundry room. An unheated three-season porch with an hooked up storage room is off the den.
The upstairs degree initially included 4 bedrooms, however two had been mixed right into a single area with two doorways.
Outdoor area: The zero.2-acre property has a shed, a spacious yard and a view of Casco Bay from the entrance yard. It is at an elevation that doesn’t require flood insurance coverage.
Taxes: $1,408 (2018)
Contact: Alexa Oestreicher, Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, 207-329-9307; sothebysrealty.com
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