Bagley Street. Corktown. One of Detroit's most impressive pieces of early architecture. Anyone out there aware of how few of these there are still standing in the Great Lakes region? Yeah. Not many.
Built in 1890 when people were still cribbing styles from back east, this one's kind of (kind of) a cross between a Federal rowhouse in Philadelphia's Society Hill or similar (that facade) and a Brooklyn brownstone (those steps). Both of those things would cost a lot, because they are not in Detroit. As is, this baby is going begging for a mere $130K.
In summary and in closing: The block is good, the house is marvelous, needs work, don't we all. Buy it, won't you? Thanks.