End of summer real estate watch: Bay City

As the seasons change, so does the real estate market. Let’s take a look at what’s for sale in Bay City, both above and below the $100,000 watermark.

Built in 2014, this beauty sits atop one of the Uptown mixed-use developments, giving you easy access to restaurants and entertainment.9 E. Main Street: $495,000

This is about as chic as it gets. This penthouse unit is a pricey buy, but the type that living atop the Uptown development demands. Built in 2014, Unit 403 sits atop one of the Uptown mixed-use developments, meaning that you can walk to restaurants that include the Real Seafood Company, Costela Brazilian Steakhouse, and Sushi Remix. The bathroom floors are heated, the garage is heated, and, hey, even the sidewalks are heated.


This beautiful, well-maintained home could be yours for less than $100,000.1910 6th Street: $99,900

To have a historic home, a beauty and well-maintained, is a steal for below $100,000. Located on the city’s East Side, this red, schoolhouse-looking home features solid oak original woodwork, large rooms throughout, and some pretty nice-looking bathrooms. Even the basement is charming. Spend time in the warmer months outside, with the large deck, stone patio, and pond.


At 2,728 square feet and with 15 acres of land, this home feels like an estate.500 W. White Street: $429,000

At 2,728 square feet and with 15 acres of land, this home – or should we say estate – is by far the largest we’ve featured in these pages. West of the Saginaw River, you’re still close to downtown, yet it feels like you could be in the country. This home looks like it should be on a Kentucky horse farm, not in the middle of the city.


This ranch sits on a double lot and is walking distance from Bay City's popular Krzysiak’s House.615 Ingraham Street: $99,900

This handsome ranch on the southern end of Bay City features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a new furnace, central air, and water heater. Located on a double lot and within walking distance of neighborhood favorites Krzysiak’s House Restaurant and Suzie Q’s Breakfast Nook.


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