On the far bottom end of the George Washington Maher spectrum, price-wise, our readers may recall this North Kenwood anomaly. Curbed gave it the seat of honor in our Under $300K Club back in November. Merciful news for the owners and the neighborhood: it was sold this week for $305K, ending 14 months of price cuts. Originally listing for $484K, the home enjoys a choice setting at the end of a cul-de-sac on E 44th Street. That puts it just a block or two North of Kenwood's prime stretches. You could make a case that the 1889 brick home was victimized by a soulless 1998 renovation, but it still sports cool windows, pocket doors, and a handsome staircase. The enclosed porch is pretty swell too. Deferring to square footage, the buyer got a pretty fine deal: the estimated 4,000-square-feet breaks down to $76/sf.
·Listing: 922 E 44th St. [Coldwell Banker]
·Maher-Designed Prairie Home Back on the Market for $299K [Curbed]