1918 Fixer Upper In Reedville Virginia

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1918 Fixer Upper In Reedville Virginia

1918 Fixer Upper In Reedville Virginia

$109,950

SOLD

316 Main St, Reedville, Virginia, 22539

5 beds3 baths3,614 sqft ¦ 1.8 acres

Fixer-Upper

Property Website


Realtor Information:

Wendy Newsome ¦ Joe Self Realty, Inc.  ¦ (804) 529-6393


About This 1918 Fixer Upper In Reedville Virginia

Charming Victorian fixer upper in quaint fishing town of Reedville in need of restoring as home has fire damage. Two plus levels of living space, high ceilings, large rooms, lots of character. Open porch and screened porch on front of home. Open porch/balcony on rear of home.

Just let your imagination take over as this property has lots of potential. Mature landscaping. AKA The Thomas Howard Jett House 1918 / Azalea Grove. Marina and restaurants are nearby. Owner is licensed real estate broker. Public water and sewer. Property is currently assessed at $265,600. If you like fixer uppers, this is the one!

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4 Comments

  1. Sweet Lady!! As sadly as she now stands, her beauty continues to bubble through!! She may be a bit scorched along the edges, but the potential luxury of her treasures shines brightly!! A PERFECT project for one who adores restoring a Grand Lady to her youthful loveliness and grace!! Thank you for caring about her preservation and sharing this unique opportunity to see her rise from the ashes – Queen of the Ball!! She deserves a True Love!!

  2. I think this real estate broker needs a reality check! I find it hard to believe it was ever assessed at $265K and even harder to believe it priced at $109K! You would have to PAY me $109K to even think about it! I love a fixer as much as the next person, but this one is ridiculous! The whole place needs to be gutted to what “might” be the studs, the electrical, the plumbing and the obvious foundation issues! I by no means know a thing about the property values in this state, so maybe that is where that price comes in? Yes, it does still sadly stand as the previous comment states. Then there would be the mold factor along with everything else. Looks to be a real pricey reno should someone want to take that one on. I just don’t see much light at the end of this tunnel!

  3. Fixer Upper???!!! More of a salvage opportunity, but there isn’t much left that could be salvaged–except the land and porches. It appears as if all floors are water destroyed to the point of kindling status. No amount of sanding and trying to straighten them out will be successful. Taking this down to the studs won’t help since most of them are charcoal. I doubt the elevator could be salvaged. It was probably Iron and under the smoke and fire damage is more than likely a ton of rust. And, I have to agree with Becky Martin on the price. Perhaps the owner/broker listed the price on what it used to be and what she thinks it still can be. It is a shame though because at one time I could almost imagine the beauty of the intricate woodwork above the stairs as one climbs to lovely rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors.

    • Thank you Peggy for agreeing with me! I absolutely love old homes and would hope to someday get my own fixer upper to restore back to its glory and I look at pictures of old historic homes every day and for the most part think there is SOMETHING that can be done, and have seen some that were in some pretty bad shape but would be more than willing to tackle them given the chance, but this one doesn’t even look like it has good bones left let alone meat on the bones!

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