St. Clair County is as varied as they come. Miles and miles of shoreline. An international border crossing. Historic downtowns. Bucolic farmlands. It’s the type of place to put your roots down.
Let’s take a look at some of the more affordable yet attractive homes around the county.
Check out this Marine City home listed under $100,000
317 Ward Street (Marine City): $94,500
This historic bungalow has dropped more than $20,000 in its asking price since first being listed in August, making it the perfect steal for our $100K marker. Built in 1900, this home has been well tended to, as the pictures attest. New flooring and paint wrap a living room with built-in shelving, a large master bedroom, and even a breakfast nook. Of course any buyer is going to want to take advantage of this home’s convenient location, just blocks from the increasingly popular downtown Marine City, a quick hop over the Main Street bridge traversing the Belle River.
This Algonac house is available for less than $100,000.
410 Edgewater Avenue (Algonac): $79,900
Not many people get to live on the Pointe Du Chene but this 1970s-era ranch makes it affordable to do so. Take in gorgeous sunrises over the St. Clair River from your front porch and stretch out on the grass of your double lot yard on those warm summer nights, taking in the breeze rolling off the water. Canals weave through this island neighborhood, a boater’s paradise
Looking for a home near the water in St. Clair? Check out this 10th Street home.222 S 10th Street (St. Clair): $99,900
Just squeaking below our $100K marker, this three-bedroom home in St. Clair features arched walkways, hardwood floors, and a charming porch just aching for a porch swing. A small wooded area butts up to the backyard, ensuring quiet nights. Families take note: This bungalow is just blocks from the elementary school, high school, and the St. Clair pool.
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