Whether you're looking to raise a family, flip a house, make an investment, or become a landlord, Port Huron has plenty of housing options on the market, and quite a number of them coming in under $100,000. There are even some options for you sailors out there.
Here's a look at some of our favorite houses on the market today, and all below that $100,000 mark.
1725 20th Street: $64,900
Catch up on local neighborhood gossip and news over breakfast at nearby Nick's Four Roses and then come home to this 1 This bungalow is priced to sell.
3/4-story bungalow on the west end of town. Listed at $79,900 in September 2017, the 1925-built home has since come down in price a number of times. With it now being listed at $64,900, you have to wonder how long this one will stay on the market, with its big porch out front, tall trees on the lot, and hardwood elements throughout.
1209 Edison Blvd: $99,000
1209 Edison features two homes on its lot.
Squeaking in just below our $100,000 cap, this listing features not just one, but two houses on its 8,712 square foot. lot. This brother-and-sister duo features a bright yellow paint job for each house, giving the homes a nice summer-on-the-lake vibe while also making sure visitors never drive right by and pass your house. Located north of the Blue Water Bridge, the new owners--or their tenants, as the buildings are currently leased out--are within blocks of Sanborn Park, Lakeside Park, and Lakeside Beach on Lake Huron.
2621 Military St.: $77,500
This home at 2621 Military offers historic charms./Courtesy of Realtor.com
One of the more historic buildings we found for under $100,000, this house, built in 1907, has since been split into eight rental units. While the photos reveal that some units are in markedly better shape than others, this 3,708 square foot beauty retains much of its historic charm, including a large field stone porch, what appears to be the original wooden banisters, and, of course, that top floor turret. Located on Military Street, the home features views of the St. Clair River.
821 Stone St.: $49,900
Coming in at the lower end of our preset price spectrum but no less A nice brick home under $100,000./Courtesy of Estately
promising is this 1 1/2 story bungalow just north of downtown. An attractive option for students and professors, this two-flat is located right across the street from the campus of St. Clair County Community College. Though currently split into upper and lower flats, the listing states that the building is easily converted back into a single-family residence. Built in 1908, the home features dark wood floors, trim, and built-in shelving and closet units.
816 15th St.: $85,000
Happy centennial to this charming blue multi-unit household just west of downtown. Built in 1918, the 2,500 square foot Catch a little history with Port Huron home priced under $100,000.
building features seven bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across three units. And at an asking price of $85,000, with an estimated mortgage of $348 per month, the rent collected from the apartment units should easily cover the mortgage payments--and then some. Though as close to within walking distance it is to downtown and the rivers, buyers might want to move in themselves.
Wild card: Boat Well Unit 27 at Cross Pointe Condominiums
What would a real estate article about a port city be without something for the water? You can pull you houseboat into Boat Well Unit 27 at Cross Pointe Condominiums for a $16,900 listing price and a $50 per month association fee, which includes cable, water, and electricity. Good for boats up to 38 to 40 feet in length.
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