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Fixer Uppers Under $50K

I've tracked down and raked, scoured and combed, looked upstairs and downstairs to corral the most wonderful, whimsical, salvageable fixer-upper old houses under $50,000 on the market today. I'm not a real estate agent. I just love old fixer uppers. Original features and great architectural details make my heart race. So get ready to be transported back to America's architectural heyday. Maybe you'll find that perfect Victorian cottage, California bungalow or Carpenter Gothic gem that you've always dreamed of making your own. Use the menu at the top of the page to view loads of amazing old houses under $50,000 as well as farmhouses with acreage under $100,000.

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Farmhouses With Acreage Under $50K

Open spaces, fresh air, barns, ponds, fields and streams...Make your dream come true with these under $50,000 farmhouses with one or more acres.

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Farmhouses with Acreage Under $100,000

Welcome to our curated source of farmhouses with acreage under $100K. More money, but more acreage...and more of that simple lifestyle to enjoy!

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Have A Staircase Favorite?

March 5, 2016 | No Comments

All these beautiful staircases cases are located in old houses on the market for less than $50,000. Which is your favorite?    

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Minnesota Two-Story with a Craftsman Flair

March 5, 2016 | No Comments

706 3rd St NE, Waseca, MN 56093 $49,900 Source: Edina Realty A circa 1916 two-story with a Craftsman flair. Get a load of those beautiful pocket doors and that stunning staircase! Hardwood floors, original trim and doors are still intact. It even looks like an attempt has been made to update the kitchen and bathroom. […]

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Wraithlike Victorian in Wheeling, WV

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4017 Jacob St., Wheeling, WV 26003 $47,500 Source: Harvey Goodman Realtors I don’t know; there’s just something about the exterior of this house that appeals to me. Except for the front window and door, the house probably looks much the same as it did when it was built in 1890. For some reason I’m reminded […]

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