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c.1900 Brick Fixer Upper on 1.6 Acres in Waterloo NY $50K ~ Off Market

55 Center St, Waterloo, NY, 13165     $50,000 ~ Off Market 


This c.1900 fixer upper is located on 1.6 acres in Waterloo, NY (pop. 5,171), birthplace of Memorial Day.
Several families have enjoyed living in this home over the decades. In the 1920s, it was rented by Fred Blackwell, a checker for the pump works, and his wife Addie. Sometime before 1930, Claude G. Sloan, a truck driver for a rendering company, purchased the home for about $2,500. He lived here with his wife Gladys and six children, Seward, Kenneth, Bernice, Edna, Dorothy and Claude. They enjoyed listening to their radio set each evening .
After the Sloans moved on, the house passed through the Parker and Jones families. Mrs. Angela Jones was a social studies teacher for Waterloo High School which is situated just behind the home’s 1.6 acres.


Great opportunity in the Village of Waterloo! This Old Style fixer upper brick home has a 1.60 acre lot that backs up to the old Waterloo High School path (mostly wooded).
Spacious living area with formal DR, LR and family room addition (added early 1990’s). Convenient first floor laundry room, bedroom and updated bath. Full basement under the main house and crawl space under the FR addition. Open front & side porch, back deck and attached 1-car garage.
Home in need of repair and being sold in as is condition.
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OHU50K does not represent this property.

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