607 Coggin Ave, Brownwood, TX 76801
$100,000 ~ Sold
It is especially difficult to find architecturally-pleasing old houses in Texas, a fixer or not, under $100K. Although the shiplap was not meant to be exposed, this one is a gem.
According to the 1930 US Census, the widow Alpeh Westerfelt lived here with her three young children, Donald age 7, John age 5, and Jacqueline age 3. Her husband, Lee Westerfelt, died in 1926 at the young age of 31. Lee was manager of the American Theatre on 4th Street in town. Oddly, it seems that Alpeh took and went by the name of Lee after her husband’s death.
The Queen Anne next door at number 611 is a George F. Barber design.
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Must see, authentic heirloom of a handyman special home! Historical homes like this are rare so do not miss this opportunity to own a piece of the past. In need of remodeling but this home has the potential to be absolutely amazing.
Perfectly located near the university to serve as a Bed & Breakfast for visiting families or just as a pleasant step back into a time of front porch swings on quiet residential streets. Neighborhood consists of other homes like it with one adjacent undergoing extensive remodeling. Buyer to verify accuracy of all information including room & lot sizes, school taxes, amenities, etc. Neither Seller nor Listing Agent makes any warranties or representation as to accuracy.