If you had $2 million and some change ($140,000 worth — check your couch cushions), you could buy all four of the houses in this week’s comparison of what $535,000 purchases in real estate.
But would you? Denver, Miami and Philadelphia all had similar square footage in the $535,000 range. This week’s dark horse, Tucson, had almost twice the space. Read on for the particulars.
- 1165 N Pennsylvania Street, Unit 3C, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,835 square feet
Do you like spiral staircases? Your answer will determine whether you love the home pictured above. Well, OK, there’s also a pretty sweet rooftop deck to change your mind.
- 3470 E Coast Avenue, Unit H2609, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 1,181 square feet
Now that we’re getting a new project with 800 Denver condos designed by a Miami design firm that puts palm trees in its renderings, we ought to take a closer look at what Miami condos look like, right? Not so bad, based on the floor-to-ceiling windows above.
- 41919 N Signal Hill Court, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathroom, 3,437 square feet
I’m going to New Mexico this weekend for a long walk through the high desert, so join me in this adventure in landscape. You’d have a pool and almost twice the space of Denver if you’re ready for Tucson life.
- 1224 S 11th Street, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 1,962 square feet
Did you know that Denverite has a sibling in Philadelphia called BillyPenn? Naturally, we should compare real estate every once in a while. This contemporary row home with generous windows and a rooftop deck is perhaps a bit better looking than Denver’s entry, I’ll admit.