The home that sold in less than 24 hours
Welcome to 113 S Evaline Street — the four-bed, 3 1/2-bath Victorian featured on HGTV’s pilot episode of Steel City Rehab. Renovated by our sister company, K Bennett Development Group, the East End home features a glass garage door in the kitchen; a private, fenced-in backyard; and one fine master suite.
If you watched the show (it aired on April 30), you know that we sold this place the day after its public reveal. Actually, it hadn’t even been 24 hours. But the space’s efficient, contemporary redesign — combined with aptly placed furnishings — could have sold itself.
In preparation for the open house, we commissioned Abode — headed by founder and creative director Heather Visnesky — to make every room feel livable. Furnished simply yet eclectically, the rehabbed home boasted new and vintage furniture, artwork, and decor during the event. In addition, Homestead-based woodworker John Malecki permanently installed a master bathroom vanity and several fireplace mantels, all custom-made.
Evaline’s sold, but if its layout, finishes, and overall renovations suit your style, you’re in luck: KBDG is currently working on 14 rehab projects around the city. To find out about properties like this first, follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
The kitchen boasts matte-black quartz countertops, ebony wood floors, and a walk-in pantry.
The master bath features a soaking tub, 2-by-2 rainfall showerhead, and custom barn wood vanity.
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