Looks like the vintage three-flat that experienced a horrific early-morning fire just over a year ago has a new lease on life.
|December 5, 2013|
In May 2014, the building was listed for sale for $400,000, with the stipulation that it was too unsafe to be entered and bids had to be received without a site inspection.
It ended up selling for $435,000 in July 2014, and a trip down Kenmore shows that it is secured and being restored. We're really happy to see someone give this century-old building another chance rather than knocking it down and starting from scratch. We'll keep an eye on it to see how the rehab progresses.
Update: As of January 2015, new windows have been added, adding a glamorous touch: