c.1880 Vermont Queen Anne Fixer Upper Under $30,000 ~ Update REDUCED to Under $25K ~ Sold
21 Sweat St, Richford, VT 05476
$29,900 REDUCED TO $24,900 ~ Sold
Can you believe this beautiful c.1880 Queen Anne is only going for $24,900? In September of 2015, it was listed at $155,000. OHU50K featured this property back in January, but since this gem still needs an owner, we decided to show it once again. Plus, below you will see another gem in the same vicinity. Sorry, no interior photos of that one.
Richford is a small town of about 2,300 residents with beautiful countryside surrounding it. Most likely originally built on a larger lot by brothers Ira and Warren Sweat (thus the unfortunate street name), the house and its property was subdivided 100+ years ago.
The brothers were builders from Quebec who lived in Richford about 50 years, and they took great care in the construction of this home. I love the rounded bay on the side, dragonskin shingles, hardwood floors (some of which have been refinished) and original doors and trim.
Lest you get too excited, this neighborhood isn’t the maple syrup and apple pie Vermont of your dreams. That’s not to say it’s bad, though. Crime is nil. Take a look at the neighborhood here, and judge for yourself.
Wonderful Queen Anne Victorian home House has beautiful hard wood floors charming butler’s pantry. Tons of storage in the attic. This is a wonderful house with great back yard. Offers responded to within 24 to 48 hours.
104 Maple Park, Enosburg, VT 05450 $49,900
Take a look at Google Maps for this property’s quintessential Vermont village setting. It’s located on a U-shaped road opposite the village green.
Great opportunity to own your own home with a potential for an in-law apartment. A large farm house lots of space. Wonderful wood floors and some newer windows corner lot property is being sold AS IS..