old houses under $50K

Recently Sold Old Houses Under $50K and Prices

It is hard to keep up with these old houses under $50K that have recently sold. Here is a smattering of what has sold in the recent weeks and what the homes have sold for. Most have taken significant price cuts, but one went for $15K over asking price.


817 4th St, Needles, CA 92363      $51,500 Reduced to $46,000 SOLD for $34,000



Needles, California, is hot and not the most appealing place in the state! Cheap old houses are rare in California, however, so OHU50K feels obligated to feature one when we find it. This c.1930 home is in good repair and could make a great investment property. The sea green tiled bathroom is a keeper.



233 W Erie St, Holbrook, AZ 86025     $63,800 Sold for $58,000




Welcome to Under $75K Thursday.

It is a far cry from what Under $75K will get you in the West as opposed to the East, but here is a fixer upper in Holbrook, Arizona, that has some appeal. The built-in is perhaps one of its best interior features.



209 23rd St W, Jacksonville, FL 32206    $50,000 SOLD FOR $42,500




507 W California St, Blythe, CA 92225     $49,800  Sold for $45,000




Even a fixer upper is a rare find when it comes to homes under $50K in California.

Blythe (pop. 19,630) is in eastern Riverside County in the Palo Verde Valley of the Lower Colorado River Valley.  It is an agricultural area in the Colorado Desert along the Colorado River, about 225 miles east of Los Angeles and 150 miles west of Phoenix.

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4247 N Main St, Hindsville, AR 72738    $30,000 Reduced to $25K SOLD FOR $23,000




Small town life entice you? How about a fixer upper foreclosure in Hindsville, Arkansas? You will love the second floor room with the diamond-shaped stained glass window!

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60 Green St, Century, FL 32535     $47,500 Sold for $25,700

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Possible owner financing with this c.1930 fixer upper. It has two acres and a large pond. The outside of the dwelling is rather unattractive, but the photo below gives you some idea of what could be done with the exterior.

To window shop old houses of all price ranges, visit our sister site at oldhousecalling.com and Facebook page Old House Calling.

*3 bedrooms
*2 baths
*1,176 sq. ft
*2 acres
*Build date 1930
*Google Map
*Property Listing
*For Sale By Owner (850) 483-1588


984 Mallard Cv, Rockford, AL 35136    $39,900 Sold for $29,000



Close by springtime on this tiny house with boathouse on Lake Mitchell. Sunrises, sunsets, relaxation, wildlife and boating fun. Could make a great vacation getaway or rental.

To window shop old houses of all price ranges, visit our website oldhousecalling.com and Facebook page Old House Calling.




710 SE County Road 234, Gainesville, FL 32641     $65,000 Sold for $80,000


Located in Windsor, a small town near Gainesville, Florida, you will be pleasantly surprised at the interior of this c.1900 home known as Windsor Rose Cottage. The setting of the home is lovely, too, situated on a street with trees hung with Spanish moss, and just minutes away from Newman Lake.

  • 2bed
  • 1bath
  • 1,064sqft
  • Build date 1900
  • Google Map
  • Property Listing
  • Realtor: Coldwell Banker Vanguard Realty
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    690 3rd Ave, Welaka, FL 32193    $89,900 Reduced to $65,000 Sold for $63,000



    We don’t find too many old homes in Florida with original architectural details under the $75K mark. It has been reduced from $90K. This c.1930 handyman special in Welaka (pop. 702) is just down the street from the scenic St. Johns River.

    • 3bed
    • 2bath
    • 2,345sqft
    • 0.46acres lot
    • Build date 1930
    • Google Map
    • Property Listing
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    • 804 Oak St, Palatka, FL 32177    $34,900 ~ Reduced to $29,999 SOLD for $25,000


      OHU50K NOTES

      Less than 30,000 smackers for a Palatka, Florida, home. The fixer upper will be quite a project, but perhaps just a 30-minute drive to Atlantic Ocean beaches might be an incentive to save this old home. If not, how about a possible $50,000 grant from the city?




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