Price $26,500
Status Active
Beds 2
Baths 1 bath
Home size 970 sq ft
Lot Size 1,742 sqft
Days on Market 168
This adorable home with furnished kitchen sits at a dead end so no traffic to be concerned with. Small patio for out relaxation and off street parking available. Would make a ideal starter home or investment property for any buyer. Larger than it looks it has as spacious bath, living room and master bedroom. Natural woodwork around doors and windows. Needs exterior paint on awning, and garage door. All electric home. Priced for a quick sale.
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 4/6/2019 Year Built 1920
Community Crawford County Crawford

School District Titusville

Additional Details

AIR None
APPLIANCES Dryer, Range, Refrigerator, Washer
AREA Crawford
BASEMENT Crawl, Partial, Yes
EXTERIOR Cable TV Available, Electric-Circuit Break-100 Amp, Patio, Porch
GARAGE Attached, Yes
HEAT Electric BB
LOT 1742 sq ft
SEWER Public Sewer
STYLE 1.5 Story
TAXES 797.00
WATER Public



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