1894 Queen Anne – Alamogordo, NM

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Added to OHD on 8/22/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   7 Comments
Off Market / Archived
National Register

1700 9th St, Alamogordo, NM 88310

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  • $64,000
  • Foreclosure
  • 6 Bed
  • 2.75 Bath
  • 3262 Sq Ft
  • 0.37 Ac.
Grand Historic Queen Anne Victorian style home. Built in 1894. Home has hard wood flooring, living room with beautiful staircase to the second floor. Stain glass windows, wood pocket doors & trim. Custom windows and doors. Home is a fixer upper, has structural issues. Sold in as is condition. No lock box, no interior showing.
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Emese Fisher, Fisher Real Estate
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7 Comments on 1894 Queen Anne – Alamogordo, NM

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    I’d take a chance on this one, “no interior showing” or not!

  2. Amy P. says: 225 comments

    Lots of potential here!

  3. TomasczTomascz says: 111 comments

    Structural issues as in “we can’t show you the inside because it might fall on you”?
    I realize it’s Alamogordo and you couldn’t buy a 35 year old double wide for that money, but come on. Does the gravel parking lot in the back come with the house?

  4. MaryBeth says: 53 comments

    Well that’s odd.

  5. Van says: 37 comments

    I toured this house last October. The condition didn’t seem that bad at the time. The house was sold on the courthouse steps a few months ago. We expected to see work begin but all we saw was a column knocked off the front porch and another window boarded up. My wife tried to tour the house Sunday and she wasn’t allowed in.
    There’s lots to like in Alamogordo.
    Holloman Air Force Base, white sands monument and missile range, the NASA museum, The Toy Train Depot (where I volunteer), nature trails, the oldest Zoo in the southwest, the TuluRosa museum and more.
    You won’t find friendlier people anywhere.
    We are listing our house in Atlanta and moving to Alamogordo now.
    The crime rate is very low as is the cost of living. Yes it gets hot but because it’s dry it always feels at least 10 degrees cooler.

  6. Julles says: 526 comments

    Went to look at it but couldn’t see inside. Front porch needs to come off. Much of the siding needs replacing along with broken windows. Structure problems in Alamogordo means the foundation is collapsing and sinking because it is on sand. There are currently about 100 vacant homes in Alamogordo that aren’t even for sale anymore because there is little demand and buyers are buying new homes if any.

  7. Zann says: 519 comments

    What a neat looking town!

    A lot of house for $74k. With the right funds and know how, you could be living in a mansion and still have some pocket change left over. Hopefully the no showings rule is not due to anything as dire as what has been mentioned here. This could be a fantastic home for the right person.

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