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This 1850s Greek Revival is Bywater's Most Expensive Listing

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The $657,000 price tag on this renovated beauty makes the three-bedroom, two-bath home the priciest pad on the market in Bywater. But considering the neighborhood's hot status and housing boom, plus the fact that this place sold for $470,000 two years ago, its asking price isn't that shocking. Built in 1854, the 2,533-square-foot Piety Street digs has two balconies, gated off-street parking, built-in bookcases, and shiny hardwood floors throughout. If Crescent Park ever opens the house's proximity to the entrance will be a nice perk, but in the meantime it might be a wise idea to spruce up the spacious backyard for green space options.


· Listing: 910 Piety St. [Latter & Blum]