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Save This Old c.1880 Historic West Virginia Fixer Upper For Sale $99K
December 23, 2023
OHU50K Notes $99,000
Save this old West Virginia fixer upper for sale for $99,900. No, Miss Haversham never lived here, but it was once the home of a banker. The home sits on a brick street on a corner lot with antique iron fencing in a neighborhood of some wonderful older homes. It boggles the mind how this amazing home came to this. But it also boggles the mind that it appears many of the family’s vintage furnishings are still in the home. And did you catch that cast iron cookstove? Have fun looking!
Magnificient Home built in 1880 with tile roof located in the downtown Hostoric District. Home has been vacant for 30 years… Arts & Craft Victorian . In 1976 Home was featured in Historic Book of Homes( see Pictures) What an opportunity .. A Historic Gem in the rough..looking for a new owner with vision and a love for restoring historical buildings. City Code will request a suitable action plan for deficiency repairs.
1208 Ann St, Parkersburg, WV 26101 $99,000
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 was the home of Charles Talbott Hiteshew and his first wife, Mary Van Winkle Hiteshew. The couple married in 1917, but sadly Mary passed away just seven years later in 1924. Talbott, as he was known, remarried in 1926 to Marie Le Baron Andrews in 1926, continued to live in the home, and had two children together, Charles Talbott Jr, and Mary Francis Le Baron. Sadly, Marie also died young in 1938. Charles Talbott Sr. was a cashier at Farmers and Merchant Bank and later in life an insurance broker. He was a member of the US Sons of the American Revolution, and his daughter was owner and president of Ligonier Rubber Company.