Sold – Save This Old House ~ c.1890 Fixer Upper For Sale in Pleasantville, PA Under $17K
146 E State St, Pleasantville, PA 16341
$16,500 Sold on 12/23/2021 for $12,000
Priced to reflect the work it needs, it also comes with all the personal property, original light fixtures, beautifully tiled walls, tin ceilings, beautiful woodwork and lots of furniture.
- acre lot
- Year Built 1890
- Google Map
- Property Listing
- Contact Realtor: Judith Cochran with Kriner Real Estate LLC.
While this Fixer Upper For Sale is not move-ready and in need of a plumber, electrician, heating contractor, Hauler, gardener and the ability to see what it could become…., this home is still remarkable. Set on a .53 acre lot in a nice neighborhood and close to Pleasantville’s grocery store, and two restaurants this Victorian Home is priced to sell quickly, waiting to be loved and is quite impressive. Here is your opportunity for the buy of a lifetime!!!
cheryl a docherty
very intrested in the home
The realtor can provide more info. Contact link is in the post.
I am absolutely infatuated! It’s so beautiful. and sad. and mysterious!! I adore it!
any kitchen pictures?
I won’t give you $ 5000.00 dollars for that house. As a builder that place should be demolished and as a realtor you should be ashamed for asking that much.
I’m not a realtor. I only care that old houses get saved, and this one has many wonderful original features that need saving. Builders are in it for profit, old house lovers have a different agenda.
Perhaps the realtor could supply you with kitchen pics.
The woodwork in that house is worth more than the asking price. I see the roof is leaking. That’s a bad sign. I’d like to see the foundation.
Some people should not be on this site they do not understand the concept.
I know what you mean.
NAIMA Anne HAVILAND
What a lovely house. I hope someone with vision and resources restores it. Isn’t Pleasantville the name of a movie with Toby McGuire and Reese Witherspoon who play two teenagers who get transported into a 50s TV show? Not relevant, just a fun coincidence.
MICHAEL D WAYCHOFF
I lved in this house growing up. In its day it was spectacular. There is a rich history of how it was “haunted” i experienced this first-hand. Will take a lot of money to restore, but it would ge so beautiful if it was restored
Would love to hear more!
Just one question……does all the “Stuff” inside go with the sale??? What a treasure trove!!!!!
Is this queen Wilson’s house?
I lived in this house from 1965 to 1977. It was a nice big house. The garage was built around 1970 or so. If I had a lotof mopney and knew how to renovate, I would consider it.