$625000 Homes in Minnesota, Rhode Island and Kentucky – The New York Times

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A four-bedroom bungalow in Minneapolis, a one-bedroom condominium in an 1877 mansion in Newport and a brick townhouse in Louisville.

During a 2022 renovation, this house was updated with new appliances, a new HVAC system, a family room and a wood deck, and the basement was finished. The property is in Fulton, a bustling neighborhood with shops and restaurants along nearby 50th Street. Edina Mann Theatre, a movie theater specializing in independent and foreign films, is half a mile away, in the popular 50th and France commercial corridor.
Pershing Field Park, which has a basketball court and tennis courts, is a 10-minute walk. More open green space and a fishing pier are a mile away, at Lake Harriet. The University of Minnesota and Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport are within a half-hour drive.
Size: 2,022 square feet
Price per square foot: $309
Indoors: A paved path leads from the street up to the stoop. The front door opens directly into a sunny living room with hardwood floors and street- and side-facing windows.
The hardwood floors continue through a wide, arched doorway into a dining room with a built-in cabinet. This space is open to a kitchen with white cabinetry and new appliances. The family room, beyond, has direct access to the rear deck.
Two bedrooms are on this level, off a hallway extending from the dining room. The primary bedroom is at the front of the house, facing the street, with enough room for a king-size bed. The other bedroom, at the back of the house, is used as a home office. They share a bathroom in between with a combined tub and shower.
The other two bedrooms are on the basement level. They share a bathroom with a second family room that is big enough to hold a sectional sofa and an entertainment center. Because the house is built on an incline, part of this level is aboveground, and the bedrooms and family room have windows.
Outdoor space: The wood deck off the family room is large enough to hold a dining table and a grill. The attached garage has two parking spots.
Taxes: $4,716 (estimated)
Contact: John Njoes, Lakes Sotheby’s International Realty, 612-419-4576; sothebysrealty.com
This home is on Bellevue Avenue, next to the headquarters of the Newport Mansions Preservation Society and within a mile of some of the city’s grandest 19th-century estates — including Marble House, The Elms and The Breakers — many of which are open to the public.
Salve Regina University is less than half a mile away, and the Cliff Walk, a path that hugs Easton Bay, starts about a mile away. The downtown area, which faces the harbor, is five minutes away by car. Driving to Providence, R.I., takes about an hour.
Size: 900 square feet
Price per square foot: $699
Indoors: This building, known as Lindenhurst, was designed in the French Renaissance Revival style, with a long driveway leading up to a brick facade with a central covered porch. The lobby retains its sense of grandeur, with a wide staircase and original woodwork.
This condominium is on the first floor, in what may once have been a dining or drawing room. The main entrance is through the kitchen, which has hardwood floors and space for a small table.
Off this room is a living area with high ceilings, original wainscoting and a decorative fireplace with an intricately carved, mirrored mantel flanked by tall windows.
The bedroom and bathroom are also off the kitchen, up a short flight of stairs. Both are in a later addition to the main structure. The bedroom has new hardwood floors and large windows overlooking the lawn; the en suite bathroom has a walk-in shower partially lined with marble tile.
Outdoor space: The building has shared laundry facilities in the basement, as well as storage space for each condominium. This unit comes with a dedicated parking spot; guest parking is available behind the building.
Taxes: $3,432 (estimated) and a $624 monthly homeowner association fee
Contact: Christine MacDonald, The Newport Group, Coldwell Banker Realty, 401-451-1878; coldwellbankerhomes.com
This house is in Butchertown, half a block from the Thomas Edison House, now a museum dedicated to the inventor, and within easy walking or biking distance of breweries, restaurants and the David Armstrong Extreme Park, a 24-hour skatepark.
Louisville Slugger Field, home to the Louisville Bats minor league baseball team, is five minutes away. The downtown area, with parks lining the banks of the Ohio River, is less than a 10-minute drive. Lexington, Ky., and Cincinnati are about 90 minutes away.
Size: 3,174 square feet
Price per square foot: $197
Indoors: The front door opens into a foyer with white walls and wide-plank hardwood floors.
To the right is a living room with a decorative fireplace and tall, street-facing windows. Original wood pocket doors separate this space from a dining room with exposed-brick walls and another decorative fireplace.
The adjacent updated kitchen has new custom cabinets and marble counters. A powder room is off the kitchen.
Two staircases, one at either end of the house, lead to the second floor. The primary bedroom is at the top of the main staircase, which begins in the foyer. It has an exposed-brick wall and windows overlooking the neighborhood. Across the hall is a guest room. These two bedrooms share the bathroom on this level, which has a walk-in shower. An additional room on this floor is used as a combined walk-in closet and laundry room.
Two more bedrooms, on the third floor, are currently used as a home gym and a den. The bathroom on this level has a soaking tub and a vanity with a basin-style sink.
Outdoor space: The fenced backyard is landscaped with gravel and artificial grass. There is enough space for a dining table and raised garden boxes.
Taxes: $3,120 (estimated)
Contact: Jay Gulick or Whitney Bianchi, Kentucky Select Properties, 502-296-5514 or 713-206-7358; kyselectproperties.com
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