Since we last took a look at the Port Huron real estate market, the five homes (and one boat dock) that we featured have either been sold, are pending sales, or are no longer on the market. Let's hope the next five maintain the same success.
Here's a look at some of our favorite houses on the market today, and all below that $100,000 mark.
1301 Myrtle/Courtesy Bauer-Reno
1301 Myrtle St: $94,900
This fine two-story house is just looking for a family to call it home. Built in 1930, this house near the corner of Myrtle Street and 10th Avenue has been flipped not once, but twice in just the last year alone. The house sold for just $29,601 in March 2017, and then again for $75K in September 2017. Now it's on the market again once more, and jumping up to reach $94,900. But it's definitely received the house flip treatment, with a new kitchen, flooring, electrical, plumbing, windows, and more. Maybe it's time the Myrtle house receives a family that will stay awhile.
1403 Washington/Courtesy Coldwell-Banker1403 Washington Ave: $90,000
This sky blue home may've been built in 1908, but it looks as charming as ever. It features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a fenced-in corner lot. With an updated kitchen and bath, 1403 Washington also features newer windows and a roof installed just two years ago. Located just blocks from downtown, the riverfront, and Pine Grove Park. Also nearby is the Huron Lightship Museum, a floating lighthouse that offers tours.
3175 Stone St./Courtesy Zillow
3175 Stone St: $98,500
They say that starter homes are high in demand and low in supply in Michigan these days, with the builders faced with high costs and lower returns. But this ranch on Stone Street is billing itself as a starter home, and it appears to be a real nice one, at that. Well-kept hardwood floors and wood trim provide the atmosphere, and the bathroom looks to have that lovely original tilework design common to the era built. The kitchen looks like it could use a modern re-do, but that's part of the fun, right? Located within a mile of Garfield Elementary, Holland Woods Middle School, and Port Huron Northern High.
1234 Court St./Courtesy Zillow
1234 Court St: $95,000
Never forget your address (or ATM pin code) at 1234 Court Street. This 3 bed-, 2 bath-home has a front porch that's just waiting for summer. A big living room, charming kitchen, and a two car garage highlight this home, which is located on a double-sized corner lot that features not one, but two driveways. Enjoy the neighborhood by taking a walk to Manis Restaurant, or a picnic to White Park. 1234 Court Street last sold for $66,000 in 2014, so things are looking up. This home went pending prior to publishing.
2503 Forest St./Courtesy Zillow
2503 Forest Street: $99,900
Coming in at just beneath our $100K limit, this colonial-style home on Forest Street was first listed in January at $109,900, and has since dropped $10K. A good deal any way you slice it, the three-bedroom, two-bath home features two stories of bay windows, a perfect spot to take in that view of the St. Clair River and the Blue Water Bridge. The house itself was built in 1933, but experienced remodeling in 2004, including a newly-built over-sized two-car garage. So many great places to walk to from this home, including excellent fishing spots, the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse grounds, and Gratiot Park.
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