This Coxsackie Victorian house is listed for a song, but be prepared to roll up your sleeves and get to work before the renovations even start.
Purchasing a foreclosure isn’t exactly a walk in the park. For starters, you can’t get an inspection before you buy, so with it comes to a home like this three-bedroom fixer-upper, you may not know what you’re getting yourself into. If you do decide to take the plunge, all of the home’s back-taxes and liens become your responsibility, and you may need to pony up cash for the property all at once. The heart wants what it wants, however, even if it’s a turn-of-the-century Victorian that needs a complete renovation, inside and out.
The 1,672-square-foot interior seems drenched in promise, thanks to wood floors, a big first floor with a bright living room, dining room, and kitchen. The gut work has begun, but there’s a lot to go. How do you feel about tearing down ceilings and outdated wall paneling?
The kitchen is large and more than ready to become a home-chef’s dream…
…and we like the arched doorways throughout the first floor.
The home’s three bedrooms and one full bath are on the second floor, with the second half-bath on the first…
…and the house sits on just under a quarter-acre that comes with a detached two-car garage also in need of renovating. Coxsackie village is located along the shores of the Hudson River in Greene County, NY, and the property is less than a mile from the center of it. Also nearby are the villages of Catskill and Athens. If you’re a real estate agent looking to pick up this property to flip it, according to the listing, you’ll need to be a HUD-registered broker to make a bid. May the odds be in your favor!
Can you deal with the foreclosure red tape and the renovations this Coxsackie Victorian house requires? Find out more about 167 Mansion Street, Coxsackie, NY from Premier Realty Services.