655 N Main St, Chase City, VA, 23924
$29,900 Off Market
Save this old house. This cheap old house sits just two doors down from a grand house we featured on OHU50K, the C. M. Boswell House. On the other side of #655 sits a Family Dollar store. Disregard the realtor’s build date of 1965. Ridiculous.
Our featured house today was owned by James Hardy (1865-1940), owner of the local dry goods store. He lived here with his wife Edith Louella Sloan Hardy (1836-1936). The couple lost their young son, Earle Mansfield Hardy, when he was just two years old. James and Edith lived in the home for decades until their deaths. The house was valued at $7,000 in 1930.
Save this old house. ONLY $29, 000 FOR A HUGE HOUSE! Buyers will need to have proof of funds or pre-qualification for all showings and to make an offer. This 2 story handy person special, located in the town of Chase City, Virginia, has 2947 square feet of living space, large rooms and ceilings, along with a tons of other rooms that you can make an office, study, family room, game room, you name it. The seller gives no warranties, inspections, repairs or concessions. Heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical types and conditions are unknown. Due diligence is the buyer’s responsibility and the information provided is from the county records. All contracts and offers are subject to final review and approval of seller, all offers or contracts are not binding unless the entire agreement is ratified by all parties. Call to schedule a showing and to purchase.