Price $69,900
Status Active
Beds 3
Baths 1 bath
Home size 1,440 sq ft
Lot Size 2.00 ac
Days on Market 79
Location 2 miles from Clarion River, this older Victorian is situated on two prime acres and has great potential. With new windows and a new furnace, the restoration on this property has a solid start. The numerous recreational opportunities give this two acres a very real income potential. If your looking for a great deal in a great area with a motivated seller, this is the one for you!
Property Type(s): Single Family
Last Updated 1/4/2019 Year Built 1920
Community Jefferson County Jefferson

School District Brookville

Additional Details

AIR None
APPLIANCES None
AREA Jefferson
BASEMENT Partial, Walkout, Yes
CONSTRUCTION Vinyl Siding
EXTERIOR Porch, Wood Burn Fireplace, Wood Stove
FIREPLACE Yes
GARAGE 4 Car, Yes
HEAT Forced Air
LOT 2.0000 acre(s)
SEWER Septic System
STYLE Two Story
TAXES 950.00
WATER Well
ZONING none

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