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1007 North 27th Street for sale for $11,100

The circa 1910 row house at 1007 North 27th Street, located in the Church Hill North State and National Historic District, is eligible for state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits. The wood frame house contains a brick party wall and retains its distinctive slate false-mansard roof with a gabled-dormer. The house has been gutted down to the studs in most rooms and still retains some of its original wood trim, doors, and interior transoms. The property has been vacant for several years and will require a comprehensive renovation. The house has a finished living area of 1,760 square feet. Please call or email program director Lane Pearson at 804-644-0546 x30 for more information or to make an appointment. Zoned: Residential (R-6) (Single-Family) Description: 23′ wide x 133′ deep OPTION ASKING PRICE: $11,100 All offers will be reviewed and considered by owner. (Total cost includes asking price of $10,000 and reimbursement of CNR’s $1,100 Option Fee and legal/administrative costs)

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Mark 10/10/2011 at 9:19 PM

Only an absolute fool would live in or buy the house on the left!


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