From starter homes to riverside condos, Port Huron offers different home-buying opportunities

While our real estate checks often focus on starter homes, the more affordable places that young professionals and families tend to make as their first purchases in a community, the truth is that there is a diverse array of housing options throughout the Blue Water region.

With that being said, we thought it would be a good idea to take a look around town and check out the wealth of buying opportunities throughout Port Huron, from starter homes on up.

Looking for a new home or investment? This 16th Street property could be for you.
1323 16th Street: $119,000

Located just west of downtown, this seemingly well-kept bungalow dates back to the year 1913 and features three beds and a bath. Equipped with both a big front porch and back deck outside, the interior reveals original hardwood floors on the main floor and a cozy upstairs loft. And it's just blocks away from a quick bite at local standbys Tom Manis Restaurant and Figaro’s Restaurant & Lounge.

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Homes on the market in Port Huron range from affordable to luxury prices.
2966 19th Avenue: $189,900

Built in 1963, this north end ranch features natural fire places for the winter and central air for the summer. Not only that, but both the kitchen and bathroom have been updated with new cabinets, appliances, and granite counter tops. A finished basement adds two extra bedrooms to the main floor’s original three. Perhaps ideal for young families, the home is located just blocks between Sanborn Park and Crull Elementary School.

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This Victorian home offers plenty of room to move around.
3803 Military Street: $299,900

This Victorian-era stunner presents a unique opportunity for a buyer, not just for the chance to own a historic building from the year 1903, and not just for the chance to own said house with views of the St. Clair River--and, not to mention, it neighbors Lincoln Park with riverfront access--but this house is actually a five-unit multi-family property. The current owner occupies two units and rents the other three. Airbnb and summer vacation options also exist.

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There are still units available in the condos with a view.
101 Beers Street, Unit 43: $520,000

Curious what a condo in the new riverside tower clad in construction orange is going to cost? Take Unit 43 as an example. Located on the fourth floor, the unit features views of both the St. Clair River and downtown Port Huron. The building itself features an indoor pool and a rooftop terrace, and all within walking distance to local favorites like Casey’s Pizza and Subs.

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