investment property

c. 1900 Move-In Ready Investment Property in Reynoldsville PA $45K ~ Off Market

426 Hill St, Reynoldsville, PA 15851     $45,000 ~ Pending ~ Off Market 


The facade of this investment property is plain. Yet despite the new 4×4 porch posts, the arched window trim, cottage windows and front door with transom impart a pleasant exterior. Don’t you think shutters might go a long way in making the facade more attractive?
The interior of the house was never anything fancy, and I know it is a rental property, but could the recent owners have installed cheaper materials?! If a buyer was to make it their forever home, rather than a rental, the paneling has to go, and I am hoping the cheap flooring covers hardwood floors. Too bad they painted the newell post, but the staircase and stained glass window are keepers.

Family History

According to US Census records, for most of its life this home was a rental property. From before 1920 to after 1940, James Giddings and his wife Mary rented the home and lived there with their four children, Agnes, Lillian, Martha and Charles. James was a telegraph operator for the railroad. In 1930, the rent payment was $19/month.

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2-Story brick investment property with new front porch located close to town. This home features 4 bedrooms and a spacious living area. The home has been used as a rental property for several years. It would make a great investment property or family home! Priced to Sell!
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