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A Sneak Peak…611 Norris, in Historic Depot Town

This gorgeous home is coming on the market on Monday. However, I wanted to share it with you prior to it hitting the MLS.

611 Norris is located in Historic Depot Town,Ypsilanti, Mi 48197

I see so M A N Y houses that it is hard to get excited about all of them, but this house is so charming and updated I just fell in love with it. The character of the home remains but updated with all modern conveniences.

What do you think?

Priced to sell at $134,900.

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7 thoughts on “A Sneak Peak…611 Norris, in Historic Depot Town

  1. i just read this article about the houses in the US and i was amazed to read that there is 1 out of every 9 houses in US lying vacant, this shows that there are actually many houses lying vacant in the market, its simple economics, supply vs demand, if the houses are more and surplus this means that the prices of the houses in the market will stay at the lower rate for quite sometime, i dont see any revival in the estate industry within 5 yaers.
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