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Cheapish c.1924 Texas Craftsman Bungalow Under $190K
January 29, 2024
OHU50K Notes $189,900
What a home! This c.1924 Texas Craftsman bungalow features a wrap-around porch, center hallway, French doors, unpainted woodwork and hardwood floors. Yes, the home needs TLC, but it is a restoration enthusiast’s delight. Texas real estate has risen dramatically, however, the home does seem pricey for the condition.
Historic home located in an established neighborhood. The home sits on a corner lot with mature pecan trees and includes original woodworks, tall ceilings, and a wraparound covered porch. Property is in need of significant repairs but has a ton of potential and character.
If interested in a property, please contact the realtor whose link is provided in the post below, or contact an agent of your own choosing. Independent verification of details and status is recommended.
This Craftsman home for sale is in Terrell, a city located in Kaufman County. It is situated approximately 32 miles east of downtown Dallas and has a population of around 18,000 people.
Terrell has a rich history dating back to its establishment in the mid-19th century. It was named after Robert A. Terrell, a pioneer settler. The city experienced growth and prosperity with the arrival of the Texas and Pacific Railway in the late 19th century, which stimulated economic development and trade in the area.
Today, Terrell is known for its vibrant community and small-town charm. The city offers a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas. It has a diverse economy with industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, retail, and logistics playing a significant role.
One of the notable attractions in Terrell is the Terrell Heritage Museum, which showcases the history and heritage of the city and the surrounding region. The city also hosts various annual events and festivals, including the Heritage Jubilee, a celebration of the city’s history and culture.
Terrell is also home to the Terrell State Hospital, which provides mental health services and is one of the largest employers in the area. The city has several parks and recreational facilities, offering opportunities for outdoor activities and sports.