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All addresses listed are in St. Paul, unless otherwise noted.

Recent Renovations
  • 994 Reaney Avenue

    • This property is a two-and-a-half story single-family home built in 1893 and fully renovated in 2012.  It is located in the northeast end of the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood.  The home features a new kitchen, restored original hardwood floors, and a unique second-floor outdoor porch.  This property was sold in April 2013.

  • 754 Case Avenue

    • This property is a one-and-a-half story, four bedroom, mission-style home built in 1886 and fully renovated in 2012-2013.  The home features an all-new kitchen and bathroom, new energy-efficient windows, and new paint throughout.  In addition, the original woodwork and built-in features were preserved throughout the entire renovation process.  This property was sold in April 2013.

  • 297 Ivy Avenue West

    • This property is a one-story rambler located in a quiet neighborhood near Rice Street and Maryland Avenue.  It was built in 1973 and fully renovated in 2012-2013.  The home features a new kitchen, new bathrooms, and a newly-finished basement complete with a bedroom, family room, and lots of storage space.  It also features a detached garage with a driveway to the street and a fenced-in backyard.  This property was sold in April 2013. 

Recent Building Removals
  • 767 Waterloo Street

    • This property was a small old "worker's cottage" type house located on the West Side of St. Paul and built in 1910.  Unfortunately, the house had suffered from moisture damage and numerous code compliance issues, and its interior had a poor functional utility for everyday living.  Due to these factors, it was removed in December 2012.
  • 890 York Avenue
    • This property was a large two-story structure built in 1900.  It was originally built as a duplex but had been used primarily as a single-family home.  The house had suffered from major foundation issues; namely, the foundation walls had been near collapse due to a severe bowing effect brought on by freezing and thawing.  The property was unable to be saved and was removed in December 2012.

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