1936 Craftsman – Electra, TX

Added to OHD on 7/27/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   5 Comments
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413 N Waggoner St, Electra, TX 76360

  • $26,400
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3378 Sq Ft
Lots of space in this two story country home! Formal dining room. Bedroom and full bath downstairs. Spacious three bedrooms and full bath upstairs. Nice large porch out front. Don't miss out!
Contact Information
Debbie Caussey, Strategic Realty,
(940) 689-7900

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5 Comments on 1936 Craftsman – Electra, TX

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  1. Mathilda says: 4 comments

    This house it’s an absolute steal. Beautiful and the price is just ridiculously low. Love it

  2. dragonflyspirit14dragonflyspirit14 says: 244 comments
    1913 farmhouse
    Dillon, SC

    A craftsman not located in the Northwest! Rare indeed! Very low price too. Is it because of structural issues or location … or both? I do hope someone snatches this beauty and does it justice, too many unique features to see it destroyed.

    • Franzia Spritzer says: 14 comments

      As a natural born PNWerner, I’m absolutely shocked, SHOCKED I say, by the ridiculously low price points of homes we see on this site. This home would be priced upwards of a couple million in in Seattle Proper, even needing work. This place is about 30 miles outside of a city, Imagine it’s value within 30 miles of Seattle… you’d have to add at least two zeros to it’s price. 39K is amazing to me.

  3. Mihelle says: 196 comments

    Prices in Texas are lower than other prosperous states. Example a 4-br 2.5 bath 2600 sf home in Sacramento, CA runs around $750K. In Plano,Tx. same house is $300K. Electra,Tx. is near Wichita Falls near the REd River that separates Texas from Oklahoma. Has a cool history and its origin of wealth was Oil and Cattle. Now, it’s a very small town. If you like living in Texas (I DO) and love small towns, this is your ticket.

  4. Sean says: 39 comments

    There are just as many craftsman bungalows on the west coast as the east. The preponderance of Craftsman style Sears and other kit homes are in the midwest….so this is not a rare bird in actuality

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