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1930s Tudor-inspired fixer-upper in Eagle Rock needs a hero

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With some work, this place could be amazing

Photos by David M. Giannamore.
Courtesy of Cherryl Weaver/ ReMax Tri-City

Just southeast of Eagle Rock and Colorado boulevards, this sweet 1,300-square-foot Tudor-inspired house is a “diamond in the rough” waiting for someone to help it shine.

It’s the home’s first time on the market in more than 50 years. Listing agent Cherryl Weaver tells Curbed that there haven’t been any upgrades to the house in decades, giving it a time capsule look, from the kitchen to the bathrooms.

Yes, the walls have been patched and the yard is blank slate begging to be landscaped, but there are some really lovely elements to this fixer-upper: original hardwood floors; period-style windows, handsome beamed vaulted ceilings, and a brick fireplace.

The two-bedroom house holds a living room and dining room, plus a single bathroom with retro tile. What the yard lacks in landscaping it makes up for in space—the residence sits on a 5,718-square-foot lot.

The property is listed for $685,000.