c. 1900 Queen Anne – Jackson, MI

SOLD / Archived Post
Are you the new owner? Comment below, we'd love to say hi!
Added to OHD on 9/4/17   -   Last OHD Update: 10/26/19   -   12 Comments

2301 4th St, Jackson, MI 49203

  • $49,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2472 Sq Ft
  • 0.69 Ac.
Looking for New Owner - Rare Opportunity to own this Gorgeous Stately Home - that needs TLC to be restored to it's original grandeur. Large rooms throughout. Close to Ella Sharp Park, Walking Trail, and more. There currently is a City of Jackson non owner occupied rental certificate open inspection list of repairs that the buyer will have to acknowledge. Seller is selling this AS-IS / Where Is, and Will Not make any repairs, nor expresses any warranties, or guarantees of any kind. Looking for a Cash, or Conventional Offer.
Contact Information
John Harvel, EXP Realty,

State: | Region: | Associated Styles or Type:
Period & Associated Styles: , | Misc:

12 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Jackson, MI

OHD does not represent homes on this site. Contact the agent listed for details including current price and status.
  1. Lissie says: 270 comments

    Nice house, needs some TLC. Would love to see more pictures. Please?

  2. DianeEG says: 540 comments

    I’m not sure I understand all the legalities mentioned (and don’t need to since I’m not buying.) I can’t remember the last time I saw black and white photographs in a listing. Somewhere in this house there’s a tiny voice calling “save me – save me.”

    • Joan Young-Santiago says: 58 comments

      The black and white pictures are probably old, old, old pictures from previous owners. To me, that indicates that the those rooms are in worse condition
      But what do you expect for the price? You know it is a project house. No doubt about it!

    • KibbieB says: 18 comments

      Just mean it’s been a rental property, which in MI means it is subject to an inspection (and certificate of compliance). Apparently it got cited and the current owner doesn’t want to fix the issues identified. New owner would need to make the fixes before being allowed to rent it out again. The house, at least from the outside, seems to have great potential but with so few interior shots, it’s hard to tell how grand this house could become. Shame.

  3. Laurie says: 40 comments

    Having lived in Jackson for 12 years, I know exactly where this house is. Ella Sharp Park is a wonderful historical area and not far from the HUGE winter sledding hill and Cascade Falls. It’s also on the edges of the not so great area of town, but I’d say the good overpowers the bad.

  4. Shirley Klepac says: 5 comments

    That’s my hometown & a beautiful area..Well worth the price & more

  5. Michael Mackin says: 2044 comments

    Interesting house. The tower on the side seems an odd placement but looks as if it makes sense from a plan perspective. The porch railings are not original and the roof extending past the porch looks as if it was for carriages aka porte-cochere. The exterior, barring the added back porch looks intact at least as far as the original siding and trim. That is a definite plus in my book. The price is even better than I would ever hope for. I would love to see more pictures of this one!

  6. John Shiflet says: 5397 comments

    Any prospective buyer(s) would need to take a closer (i.e…. see the house in person) look to ascertain what is involved in its restoration or renovation. Based on the limited number of visual clues in the photos, around 1900 seems valid. From at least one angle the massing of the house appears to be blocky Foursquare in form but the front facade is decidedly Queen Anne. There are unfortunately too few photos to get much more of a read than that. All the important details like millwork (staircase, mantels, etc.) are not shown so again seeing in person is probably the best course of action for anyone interested in this property. (also, best to have a professional house inspection done before moving on to a contract offer) Always keep in mind that even a one dollar house is not a bargain if it needs hundreds of thousands in repairs to make it habitable. Hopefully, this one would need far less to make it into a comfortable home.

Comment Here

Think before you type! Keep comments a friendly place for each other, owners and agents.
Comments that do not add value to the conversation in a positive manner will not be approved.

Click here to read the comment rules, updated 1/12/20.
Commenting means you've read and will abide by the comment rules.

OHD does not represent this home. Price, status and other details must be independently verified but please do not call the agent unless you are actively looking or interested in the property.