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Expert Breaks Down An Abandoned $20K Home Ready For Renovation | Hidden Gems | Architectural Digest

Published on 09/01/23 / In How-to & Style

Today on Architectural Digest contractor Nick Schiffer from NS Builders takes us through an abandoned 1930’s-era house in Pittsburgh, PA that’s asking only $20,000 for the keys. There’s no mistaking how much work needs to be done to make it livable again, but at just about $12 a square foot with 3-bedrooms and an extra lot on the property, the upside is crystal clear for a contractor like Nick. Watch as he takes us around the exterior and stripped-down interior, offering his renovation estimates and advice, revealing the potential of this hidden gem each step of the way.

This property is offered for sale by Tri-COG Land Bank (TCLB) in Allegheny County, PA. TCLB revitalizes neighborhoods by transitioning abandoned properties to beneficial reuse.

Check them out at: https://www.tricoglandbank.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tricoglandbank

Director: Mike Mytnick
Director of Photography: Jeff Smee
Editor: Alex Mechanik
Talent: Nick Schiffer
Producer: Vara Reese
Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi
Associate Producer: Brandon Fuhr
Production Manager: Melissa Heber
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila, Julie Suronen
Camera Operator / Drone Operator: Mike DiGuglielmo
Audio: Kyle Hupman
Production Assistant: Maria Bosetti
Covid Compliance Officer: Tammy Calvert
Post Production Supervisor: Nick Ascanio
Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen
Assistant Editor: Diego Rentsch
Graphics Supervisor: Ross Rackin
Graphics, Animation, VFX: Samuel Fuller

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