111 Daviston St Property Update – Short Sale Flip

111 Daviston St Springfield MA

Time for a little pictorial update of our short sale rehab at 111 Daviston St in Springfield. You can see all the before pictures HERE .

Above is how it use to look, here it is after a new roof, new windows, new siding, painted trim and some landscaping…..

111 Daviston

We went with a different color siding on this one. We usually do tan siding with burgundy shutters, but a couple of the neighboring houses already had that color scheme going on, so we used a sage green siding with black shutters.

Inside we are adding a half bath to the first floor, redoing the kitchen and the upstairs full bath, installing all new plumbing and a new heating system.

Here are some photos of the work in progress;

Kitchen Gutted

Kitchen Gutted

New Half Bath

Laundry Hookup in new half bath

Second Floor Full Bath Gutted

Living Room

Main Hallway

We converted the pantry into a half bath and laundry room. This is located right off the kitchen so having the laundry in this location is going to be very convenient.

As of right now all the walls are closed up, everything is painted, the cabinets and granite are in, the hardwoods have been redone, and we are working on the finishing touches.

I’ll post some updated photos of the finished house soon!


  1. Glad you got rid of the red door! The portico calls enough attention to the front door without using red that seems to be overused these days.

  2. We are doing some rehabs here in Tennessee (Nashville area). One a flood victim from early May 2010; the other a 3bed/2.5 bath condo with mold and needing a general refreshing. I like that you are putting old housing stock back on the market in much better condition….same as we do. I prefer to NOT use the word “flip”…..I like rehab. Hope you make a buck at the end of the deal. Looks good. Keep it up. Dennis

    • Hi Dennis,

      I prefer “rehab” too, but the search engines like the word “flip” when talking about our business, so that’s what I use for this blog so people can find it online.

      Good luck with your rehabs and thanks for the comment.

Speak Your Mind