Row homes by definition tend to be repetitive, but this example shows how paying attention to the details can really set a home apart. Exposed stone and refinished wood floors will never look the same in two different properties. Paying attention to all of the “touch points”, the objects you physically interact with, make a huge difference in how you experience a home. Solid wood doors, high end dimmer switches, and tasteful granite counters in the kitchen coupled with natural slate floors make for a sensory living experience. Also, the convenience of a walk in closet, especially in what might otherwise be a tight space without storage, gives an important life amenity. A wonderfully landscaped backyard makes great use of the outdoor space for when city living requires a little peace and quiet. Listed at $264,900, check out the complete listing here: 140 Carson St.