$700,000 – $1,00,000: At the lower end of this price range, one may find a smaller home that will probably need some work, and, depending on where it is located in the neighborhood, it may sell and be torn down to build a much, much more expensive home. In the mid-section of this range the homes are generally smaller with 2-3 bedrooms and usually 2 bathrooms, and they may have some level of renovation. At the upper end of this range the homes, although smaller than the average in this neighborhood will typically have a nicer level of renovation and may have 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms. The most common style of home in this range will be a 1920s-1930s bungalow or cottage with a few 1950s ranches and even fewer 1970s contemporary style homes. These homes normally have hardwood floors (especially if they are pre-1970) and the majority have a fireplace. A good number of homes have covered parking; usually a detached 1 or 2 car garage or carport, but about 40% have driveway parking. The lot sizes and topography vary but are generally speaking closer to a city lot size.
$1,00,000 – $1,250,000: At the lower end of this range one may find a larger renovated cottage or bungalow with 3-4 bedrooms and 2-4 bathrooms. This neighborhood is very street and location specific. Depending on where the house is located within the neighborhood, the exact same house can vary by $200,000+. Even at the lower end of this range one may find a fixer upper. In this price range we start to see the introduction of 2-story traditional style homes. At the upper end of this range, one may find a larger, totally renovated bungalow or cottage with an upstairs addition or a 2-story traditional with a moderate level of renovation. Most homes in this price range will date from the 1920s-30s, and, like the category above, parking and topography will vary.
$1,250,000 – $2,000,000+: At the lower end of this range one will find large renovated bungalows, probably with an upstairs addition; renovated 2-story traditional style homes; and also some that are unrenovated. At the higher end there are larger renovated 2-story traditionals and also new and recent construction. Many, but not all of these homes, have covered parking, usually 2 car garages. Again in Brookwood Hills the price varies widely depending on the location within the neighborhood.