405 W Ash St., Goldsboro, NC 27530
$43,972 Reduced to $36,414
I featured these two North Carolina homes recently, but in just a couple of months, they have been substantially reduced.
This circa 1900 brick HUD house was built in 1900. What curb appeal! A lovely Craftsman bungalow, it boasts four bedrooms, two baths. sunroom, formal living room and dining room. Multiple tiled fireplaces, original interior doors and trim, built-ins and hardwood floors also grace the home.
See full listing here for 1900 brick Hud house.
1036 Thomas Sugg Rd., Snow Hill, NC 28580
$29,900 Reduced to $27,500
Where are you going to find a farmhouse under $30,000 on one acre with a pond? In rural Snow Hill, NC, that’s where! Admittedly, this circa 1906, three-bedroom, one-bath shortsale needs a TON of work, but look at the plus side. The setting is simply lovely, as are the multiple porches, and the interior is loaded with beadboard walls and ceilings. Don’t you just love the built-in shelves stocked with mason jars still filled with preserves? Wood floors, multiple fireplaces, some original doors, trim and lighting fixtures and an original staircase grace the interior. I’ve got my eye on that fixer piano, sewing machine, wood barrel, desk and dining table, too. Make a deal for the contents!
As per the realtor: “Home has lots of potential for the historical novice! Tongue and groove ceilings, walls, hardwood floors. Most of the windows original. Needs lot of TLC and selling AS IS, WHERE IS. Most likely cash offers best. Sale is subject to short sale approval in writing by Chase Mortgage. Harvey Lane, private road serves as easement to this property.”
See full listing here for shortsale fixer.
I am not a realtor. If interested in this property, contact Loretta Barrow of Heritage Realty.