1928 – Dayton, OH

Added to OHD on 11/30/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   20 Comments
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1816 Ruskin Rd, Dayton, OH 45406

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  • $42,000
  • Foreclosure
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2076 Sq Ft
  • 0.16 Ac.
Check out this unique STONE TUDOR home... with 3 bedrooms 1.5 baths. Imagine entertaining guest and family in the 35x18 living room complete with beamed cathedral ceilings , 3 window seats, and including stone fireplace from ceiling to floor. . Kitchen features butler's pantry with additional storage. Hardwood floors flow thru out the home. 2 car attched garage with deck to sit back and relax as the seasons change. Call for more details. This is a Fannie Mae Homepath Property.
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John Seagraves, RE/MAX Alliance Realty
(937) 898-4400
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20 Comments on 1928 – Dayton, OH

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  1. JKleeb says: 317 comments

    Love it—especially bathroom tile! I’d buy it even in its somewhat neglected state.

  2. Nikitaeileen Krupoderov says: 26 comments

    Never considered living in Ohio…but for that STONE house…I would…does anyone know about the city…

    • Judy says: 1 comments

      Dayton has some really bad areas to live in, you’d want to find out about the neighborhood. This home looks like it has mold on the walls, which would be a big concern to me.

  3. Kira says: 7 comments

    Lived there about 5 years ago. Smallish City back on the upswing. In between Columbus and Cincinnati, which are major cities. Lots of healthcare jobs. Several colleges in the area which I think helps. Def some sketch areas to look out for. Weather is about the same as anywhere in the Midwest. Snows, but not as bad as Northern Ohio or Michigan. More cold and windy, but the summers and falls are. Nice. Low income tax! I’m basically an expert 😉

    • says: 3 comments

      We are moving to Ohio in late March, and since we are basically half a country away I’m in desperate need of info on areas good for kids but still lower cost on homes

  4. DeniseLynn says: 201 comments

    Put in central air to get rid of all those window units. Some cleaning and painting, then move in the french country furniture for what could be an amazing living room!

  5. StevenFStevenF says: 785 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    A cool home for less than the price of a luxury car!

  6. Karen says: 101 comments

    Wright-Patterson AFB is also in that area.

  7. BethsterBethster says: 825 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    Beautiful shade of blue on that bathroom tile! In that second interior shot, it looks like something unfortunate happened to the house. Smoke? Mold? I hope someone gives it some TLC.

  8. LindaK says: 84 comments

    I see black mold in some homes like this one. How hard and expensive is it to make the home safe?

  9. Doug Rice says: 31 comments

    that screams home-made to me. i lived in a similar one once that the guy had never finished. only part of it. LOL 60 years later he died and someone finally finished it. but it had a very similar look to this one.

  10. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 1030 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    This house makes my pulse race! It’s gorgeous.

  11. Carolyn E. says: 65 comments

    Love Tudors and the character they exude…

  12. Doreen says: 258 comments

    I’m not necessarily a “Tudor” fan, but I LOVE this house. Seriously.

  13. CateCate says: 274 comments
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    Milwaukee, WI

    It was once a darling home and could be again. What concerns me is that it appears there are areas of serious mold and the wetness is also causing the plaster to come down in one of the rooms. Would be charming with some window boxes and even shutters. Cute, cute, cute.

  14. Cathy F. says: 2296 comments

    A cute house, which once spiffed up, would be extra nice!

  15. Stephanie Tharp says: 20 comments

    Tudors are my favorite! Love that bathroom tile!

  16. Mississippi Dude says: 30 comments

    The neighborhood is fine, and has varied style homes. Does anyone know from the photos, just how bad the mold in inside? And how do you treat it?

  17. Doreen says: 258 comments

    As of 3-20-2019, this is now an on-line auction. It is currently (12:41 p.m.) up to $15,000, but the reserve has not been met. It has some serious black mold, due to deferred maintenance (plugged gutters & tuck pointing issues!!! Jeeze!!!), but nothing insurmountable, if you know what you’re doing. The auction is running until tomorrow.



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