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real estate talk. For just $225,000, this sweet little bungalow in Minneapolis’s Como neighborhood right by the University of Minnesota could be yours. Built in 1911, the updated home measures 1,257 square feet and features three small bedrooms upstairs ...

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menu more-arrow no yes Log In or Sign Up Log In Sign Up Cities Topics Handbook Shopping Guide More Cities Atlanta Austin Boston Chicago Detroit Hamptons Los Angeles Miami New Orleans New York Philadelphia San Francisco Seattle Washington DC Topics Architecture Interior Design Tiny Homes Prefab Home Tech House Calls For Sale Longform Maps Handbook Shopping Guide ? Homes For Sale House of the Day 3 historic homes for sale in the Twin Cities New, 1 comment Just in time for Super Bowl, here are three Minneapolis-Saint Paul homes currently on the market (and their price-point counterparts in Philly and Boston) By Lauren Ro@blauring Feb 2, 2018, 12:07pm EST Share Tweet Share Share 3 historic homes for sale in the Twin Cities tweet share Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email This 1894 Clarence Johnston-design is offered at $1.15 million in Saint Paul Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestionsWe’d love to see what you’ve got. Location: Twin Cities Minneapolis-Saint Paul Price: $225,000 to $1,150,000 With Super Bowl LII taking place at Minneapolis’s U.SBank Stadium this weekend, let’s take a look at a couple of standout homes for sale in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-Saint Paul, where carefully updated turn-of-the-century houses are the name of the game Then, to get into the competitive spirit of this football weekend, let’s see what Philadelphia and Boston have to offer at similar price pointsWhether you’re rooting for the Eagles or the Patriots (or neither) this Sunday, one thing is bound to bring everyone together: real estate talk 1068 24th Avenue Southeast, Minneapolis For just $225,000, this sweet little bungalow in Minneapolis’s Como neighborhood right by the University of Minnesota could be yoursBuilt in 1911, the updated home measures 1,257 square feet and features three small bedrooms upstairs plus a bathroom, and more than enough common space on the ground floorHere, a living room flows into a formal dining room then into a spacious kitchen with a butler’s pantryPeriod elements like molding, broad-framed windows, and carved doorways add character, as do each room’s unique color scheme Head to Curbed Philly to see what you can get for $225,000. But in Boston, $239,000 goes as far as a 335-square-foot studio near Boston College. 12 Orlin Avenue Southeast, Minneapolis Just about three miles away is this 1909 house in the Prospect Park historic neighborhood located within the University community of MinneapolisCarefully maintained and sympathetically restored, the wood-frame two-story features what appear to be original hardwood floors, millwork, stained glass, and coffered ceilings in the dining room There are five bedroom and three baths across 2,239 square feet of living, which includes living, family, and dining rooms, plus an eat-in kitchenA new two-car garage equipped with solar panels complete the property, which is offered at $485,000. Curious about what a similar price can get you in city of Eagles? Take a look. And in Boston, why not consider this fixer-upper Dorchester colonial for $439,000? 502 Grand Hill, Saint Paul Built in 1894, the well-maintained home with updates was designed by architect Clarence Johnston and is located within the Historic Hill Heritage Preservation District of Saint PaulThe 6,000-square-foot residence boasts gorgeous original details like woodwork, leaded glass, and built-in furniture throughout, creating an elegant yet cozy atmosphere for entertaining and relaxation Formal common areas, a library, multiple brick fireplaces, five spacious bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a private backyard with a deck, patio, and an outdoor stone fireplace round out the three-story propertyLocated at 502 Grand Hill, it’s offered at $1.15 million In Philly, for slightly more, you can nab this transformed brick townhouse in Fitler Square, to the tune of about $1.2 million But in Boston, $1.15 million will get you this one-bedroom apartment on the 36th floor of the Ritz-Carlton Residences Next Up In Homes For Sale Traditional adobe house on the market for first time asks $695K from Curbed NY For $749K, a spacious and light-filled co-op across from the Brooklyn Museum from Curbed SF Industrial Oakland penthouse asks $2.7 million from Curbed SF Super sleek Pac Heights condo seeks super steep $4.9 million from Curbed LA Roomy, light-filled Pasadena condo asks $540K from Curbed Detroit Contemporary mansion in Palmer Woods seeks $949K Trending How men are changing kitchen design Appliances and the kitchens they fill have evolved around the men who now inhabit them—even if appliance brands would prefer not to talk about it. 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