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How Much For a Kensington Home With Original Tin Ceilings?

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PriceSpotter is Curbed's asking price guessing game. We provide you with some details and pictures from an apartment listing, and you take a crack at the price in the comments. Tomorrow we reveal the answer. And hey, no cheating!


Hold in that collective sigh, and take a stab at the cost of this two-story Kensington townhouse. Currently configured as a two-family home, this dwelling can be combined to create a four-ish-bedroom single-family home. The 20-foot-wide by 52-foot-deep townhouse has a renovated kitchen in the first floor apartment, and original tin ceilings, molding, and floors, and a renovated bathroom with a skylight in the upper unit. While closet space is pretty sparse throughout, the townhouse has a basement that spans the length of the home. The large backyard is a nice perk, too.
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