OHU50K Notes $97,500. Reduced to $89,500
This lovely Victorian home for sale has multiple rooflines and patterned shingles that provide so much interest to the facade of the house. I think former owners Earl and Lucille would be happy to see that woodwork has not been painted, built-ins are intact and the kitchen has had an attractive remodel.
Circa 1930 Spectacular Victorian! Ornate fireplace mantel and ceiling fixture accents parlor. Original hardwood floors and woodwork in great condition (except dining room floor is worn). Built-in china cabinet in dining room. Majority of interior is totally remodeled in 2012. All new custom kitchen was installed at that time and is in like new condition. The exterior has been partially sided and needs front finished. The home has 200 amp electric into the house. The third bedroom is presently used for laundry. Excellent location close to downtown and major roadways. The property presently has estate property inside and will be cleaned out prior to close. SOLD AS IS….. CALL AN AGENT TODAY!!!! – Per Realtor
- 3 bed
- 1.5 bath
- sqft lot
Earl Huber (1898-1970) and his wife Lucille Bell Huber (1903-1980). The couple married in 1927 and moved into this home in 1938 with their young daughter Helen. Earl supported the family as a lineman for the electric company for more than 25 years, earning $2,000 a year in 1940. The difficult job put him in poor health the last 12 years of his life, and after he passed in 1970, Lucille sold the home and moved to Vancouver, Washington, to live with her daughter Helen. The photo below is of Lucille, announcing her wedding to Earl. Pretty lady.