All week long at Curbed, we've been celebrating the beauty and power of well-executed renovations—and the prowess of the architects, designers, historians, and activists that make them happen.
But, let's be honest: you're here for the eye candy, too! Below, the 10 best renovated homes from across the U.S. and in a wide swath of styles: From a midcentury stunner in Washington state to a modest, but no-less lovely, shotgun-style house in New Orleans, we've got you covered.
This 1884 Italianate home in the city's historic Columbia Square neighb' is, frankly, eye-popping. It's asking $3.5 million.
A clean-lined, circa-1958 midcentury in a stand of trees for (relatively) low, low price of $619,000? Don't mind if we do.
In the city so nice they named it twice, one expects out-of-this-world real estate. But this townhouse in Brooklyn, asking a cool $11 million, takes the cake.
Contrary to appearances, this manse, which is asking $2.3 million, was built in 1995. Click on through for the rest of the intel.
This beauteous 1890 home was inspired by a residence in the south of France. It's asking $2,695,000. Quelle beauté!
Looking to move to the Motor City? May we suggest this 1,666-square-foot gem? Like much in the city, it's going for a lot less than a similar sized home would in another major city: just $74,900.
Real estate is precious in our nation's capital, but this $595,000 2-bedroom house in D.C.'s Kingsman Park neighborhood won't break the bank like some other properties would.
How cute is this 1,497-square-foot, 2-bedroom cottage? It's right in downtown Telluride, home to, among other things, the film festival that takes its name. It's asking a perhaps surprising $3.35 million.
Loft living in Boston's Leather District will run you (a very precise) $1,627,500.
And last, but certainly not least, this absolutely adorable shotgun home in the Crescent City's Holy Cross neighborhood. The price? $219,800.