affordable home

Sold – Under $75K Thursday – Circa 1940 Brick Affordable Home in Birmingham, AL $65K

OHU50K Notes    $65,000 Sold For $62,000 on 8/22/22

The affordable home is a darling brick cottage with curb appeal. Built in 1940, the three bedroom, one bath home offers arched doorways and a wonderful fireplace. Too bad the hardwood floors have been covered with laminate.

 

House view featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

Realtor Comments

Great investment opportunity. All brick 3 bedroom 1 bath affordable home with plenty of room for parking or entertainment.

  • Listing
  • bed
  • bath
  • Build date 1940

 

House view featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211   $65,000

 

House view featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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House view featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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House view featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Laundry room featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Laundry room featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Property featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

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Bathroom featured at 1412 19th Pl SW, Birmingham, AL 35211

 

3 Comments

  • Tracey Trotter

    The disgraceful laminate ruins an old house. 🙁 Please leave these desicions to the buyer! I would rather have warped and worn wood than that prefab crap.

  • George Bahr

    I 3rd that emotion. Adore old original wood floors, and I have seen some rough ones!
    Some of the really old soft pine floors in Denver are really bad, but I still would rather work with those than to put tacky crap over the top of them that destroys them.
    I loved it when I pulled up 50 years of carpeting off my parents floor and exposed almost pristine beautiful oak hardwood beneath, with just a little water damage by the front door and kitchen.

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