$875,000 :: 770 HANNA Street, Birmingham MI, 48009

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3 beds, 3 full, 1 part baths
Home size: 3,237 sq ft
Lot Size: 7,840 sq ft
Added: 06/08/15, Last Updated: 08/17/15
Property Type: Residential
MLS Number: 215057955
Community: Birmingham
Tract: A E PETERS SUB
Status: Sold

If you want to live in a fabulous home right in the heart of downtown Birmingham look no further! This home boasts high ceilings, rooms filled with light from the southern facing exposure, and a hard-to-find 2 car attached garage. Kitchen has been updated to include additional cabinetry and granite counters along with a banquet bench for seating. In addition there’s a large separate formal dining room. Living room is perfect for entertaining and shares a 2 way frplc with the sun-filled library. French Doors off of library lead you to private fenced yard with patio. Upstairs you’ll find the master bedroom suite and 2 additional bedrooms, bath, and large sitting area perfect for a desk and a big comfy chair to relax and read. The master bedroom suite is grand (22×14) with a large walk-in-closet and bath with dual sinks, jetted tub, and shower. Over 1500 sq. ft. of fin lower level with a full bath leads to endless options. This is a home you won’t want to miss! NO Sign.

Listed with Coldwell Banker Weir Manuel-Bir


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