• fixer upper

    Circa 1910 Kansas Fixer Upper $50K

    OHU50K Notes $50,000 Here we have a three bedroom, one bath, 980 square foot fixer upper with gingerbread front porch, hardwood floors and bullseye molding.   Realtor Comments Fixer-Upper with good potential. Pluses include a large back yard, covered parking with alley access- vinyl siding-…

  • fixer upper

    Circa 1910 Kansas Fixer Upper Victorian Cottage $45K

    OHU50K Notes $45,000 Woe is me. This fixer upper Victorian cottage has many original elements, including imbricated shingles, hardwood floors, built-ins, transoms, bullseye molding, dentil molding and clawfoot tub. I figuratively and literally would like to pick it up and give it a hug. You…

  • affordable home

    Circa 1900 Kansas Affordable Home $56K

    OHU50K Notes $56,000 Here is an affordable home that is a real cutie exterior-wise, but it will need a bit of help. The two bedroom, one bath, 936 square foot sweetie pie has central air and heat, city sewer and super low real estate taxes.…

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    Circa 1906 Kansas Affordable Home Under $57K

    OHU50K Notes $56,500 It may look like a 1950s ranch, but this three bedroom, 1.5 bath affordable home was built in 1906. Couldn’t tell by the interior, either. It sits on a partially fenced corner lot and is clean and looks well-maintained. Realtor Comments Details…

  • starter home

    Circa 1900 Kansas Starter Home $33K

    OHU50K Notes $33,000 The starter home is located on a brick street opposite a school. With two bedrooms, one bath, 864 square feet, the cottage has a newer roof, too much crummy paneling, but an alcoved tub and hardwood floors. Realtor Comments Cute 2 bedroom…