Abandoned Fixer Upper Second Epire Multi-Family In Troy, NY $40K

Back in the 1950s, while Barabara Vicary was hitting the books for her Regents exams, this charming Second Empire home in Troy, New York’s North Central neighborhood was a cozy and well-maintained residence. However, the passage of time has not been kind to this once-comfortable abode, leaving it as a somber reminder of the neighborhood’s decline and neglect.

This fixer-upper is available for purchase with cash offers only. It presents an excellent opportunity, especially for those who are handy and looking for an owner-occupied duplex. With a total of 1,820 square feet of living space, this property boasts five bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Additionally, it comes with an extra lot, and it’s important to note that the property is being sold “as is.” This could be your chance to turn your dreams of homeownership into reality!

Property Details:

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • A spacious 2,186 square feet of living space
  • Situated on a 6,098-square-foot lot
  • Dating back to around 1820

Back in the late 1940s, John Willetts made a significant decision. He sold his River Street home in Troy to create more space for his extended family. In this duplex, he, along with his wife Selena, settled into one unit. The second unit became the home of his daughter, Ruth, her husband William Vicary, and their children, Barbara and Janet.

32 Glen Ave, Troy, NY 12180   $40,000

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