1915 Craftsman – Wilber, NE

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Added to OHD on 9/1/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   13 Comments

412 W 1st St, Wilber, NE 68465

  • $36,900
  • Foreclosure
  • 2 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1590 Sq Ft
8 Day Gathering Period for Offers. Property is Bank owned, being sold AS IS, and US Bank is making no representation or warranties. Great Craftsman style home in the community of Wilber. 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, with high ceilings and original woodwork.
Contact Information
Steve Leffert, RE Consultants Midwest
(402) 466-8100

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13 Comments on 1915 Craftsman – Wilber, NE

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  1. Eric says: 380 comments

    Wow I’m surprised how original this home is on the interior. I’m just glad they didn’t continue the red and brown paint scheme from the exterior.

  2. Lindsay G says: 522 comments

    What a charming little house! I hope nobody goes in and completely guts the thing.

  3. BethanyBethany says: 3477 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a great house! I love almost everything about it. The main rooms just need a little polish and they are good to go! Some scary looking bricks in that one bathroom though.

    • JimHJimH says: 5600 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Bethany, those bricks don’t look like part of the structure – it’s a frame house. They’re just stacked up there to look rustic I think.
      Some really sweet authentic details on this one. Needs cosmetic love and some wood siding.

  4. Lotusflame says: 16 comments

    There’s nothing there that my husband and I couldn’t restore. He’s the kitchen and bathroom man; I’m mean with a swiffer!

    Love the built in desk. Wish it was on a large lot.

    • Teri says: 129 comments

      I would probably buy it for that desk alone! Really though that’s a nice touch. So much interior wood intact and it’s great. Now to just move it to WV where I am…

  5. Marie says: 202 comments

    A diamond in the rough. Needs some work, but love what looks like a sleeping porch on the second floor. Glad to see a place with original, unpainted woodwork.

  6. Patrick A. Imler says: 243 comments

    It is so sad that they let this grand old home go to pot like this. If I had
    the know how I would buy it and fix it up myself. It would be so nice to see
    what this home looked like when it was new!

  7. Doreen says: 285 comments

    I wonder what heinous offense the plant (bush?) committed that warranted solitary confinement in a cyclone enclosure? Poor thing.

  8. Sarah with an H says: 91 comments

    Love this house and the beautiful unpainted woodwork, built-ins, the fireplace, ceiling beams!! What concerns me is the basement picture. Did anyone else notice the furnace us missing??

  9. Will says: 59 comments

    Another great old place that someone working at WalMart could afford. Clean it up, paint it, do a few repairs and its a total gem.

  10. Michael Mackin says: 3291 comments

    Seems like a lot of house for the price. It’s the kind of house someone on a budget could easily tackle!


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