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c.1919 Move-In Ready Bungalow in Akron Ohio Under $50K ~ Remodeled, Relisted and Re-Priced ~ Off Market

1457 Huguelet St, Akron, OH 44305   

$49,900 ~ Sold for $41k ~ Flipped and Now Relisted for $85,000 ~ Off Market 



Give this move-in ready bungalow a coat of paint, and you are good to go. OHU50K featured this home back in February 2020 when it was listed at $49,900. It was sold for $41,000 and now has been re-listed for $85,000. I thought you might be interested to see what the flipper did to the house. Looks like he painted, took out the front windows, updated the kitchen and bath and called it a day. Personally, I preferred the exterior the way it was. The new listing is near the bottom of the page.

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  • 3beds
  • 1bath
  • 5,001sqft lot
  • Build date 1919
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  • Property Listing



Cute move-in ready home is just waiting for your personal touches! High ceilings and dining room built-ins give the first floor great potential and character. The living room features a decorative fireplace and extends into an all-season sun-room. The second floor has three cozy bedrooms with newer carpet and a full bathroom with claw-foot tub. Much of the home has replacement windows. With a bit of paint you can make this house your own! New Amana Furnace in 2016, newer hot water tank.




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NEW LISTING.   $85,000



  • Mary Ann

    Wtf? They ruined this house. It was charming before and now looks half assed. Way to ruin a historical house.

  • gianni Loprete

    A sad clean up,the, peel n stick tiles. Wow. And painted cabinets from 70s.. the windows…. um……. looks sad

  • Linda and James Starr

    The renovation looks really nice. The new kitchen cabinets are nice and the new flooring. Also, new carpet and fresh paint on the outside and inside. Very nice! When first looking at the pictures I thought the first set were the reno pics, but I keep going.

  • K. Le

    Has no curb appeal especially with the color it’s been painted. The kitchen is still poorly done. No room for a refrigerator ? So where does the refrig go in the basement ? Poorly planned . The clawfoot tub should have been refinished and used again it gave character. The hardwood floors should have been redone instead of wrapping cheap carpeting on them. Not worth what they are asking considering the cheap materials and the way the house character has been removed. Sad

  • Amanda

    They just continue to ignore the refrigerator issue— it still has to go in the dining room! Also, the new stock cabinets don’t fit over the sink. This is the exact opposite of craftsman style.

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