c. 1900 Queen Anne in Newark, NY

Added to OHD on 12/16/20   -   Last OHD Update: 2/1/21   -   7 Comments
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105 Prospect St, Newark, NY 14513

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  • $67,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2337 Sq Ft
  • 0.45 Ac.
Gorgeous and spacious, this is a diamond in the rough! A great layout has plenty of options available for any living needs. A first-floor bedroom and full first-floor bathroom are a great additional convenience, while there are three additional bedrooms and another full bathroom upstairs! Plenty of space for a home office, remote learning space, home gym, or whatever else you need to live in comfort! Gorgeous, classic details and interesting features throughout give this home the personality you've been looking for! Put some love into this home and you'll end up with a great investment on your hands for the future! Check out the 3D Virtual tour to "walk through" anytime!
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Jacqueline Crane, Crane Realty
585-993-0999 / 585-412-8062
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7 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne in Newark, NY

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  1. I kind of like it. The price is a steal. Only 30 miles from Rochester isn’t bad.

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  2. CindyHCindyH says: 112 comments

    Love that kitchen sink. Would something like that clean up?

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    • Of course. A little elbow grease and a sprinkle or two of cleanser. We have one very similar to it in a beach cottage. I learned from my grandmom hiw to keep it looking brand new. Not sure about the cabinet part. That looks metal. Maybe a little sand paper and paint as needed? Curious what others here think. But the dents and scratches that old houses carry are part of their charms and the lives lived in them.

      Love that tub too.

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      • KarenfryxellKarenfryxell says: 129 comments
        Mesquite, NV

        I had the metal base, too, but didn’t keep it. I had my carpenter put a wood base in. The metal was of later date than the house and didn’t go with the original cabinets.

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    • KarenfryxellKarenfryxell says: 129 comments
      Mesquite, NV

      Yes. I had one just like it in my 1909 house in Portland. I kept it and had it re-porcelained, just like a tub.

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    • KarenfryxellKarenfryxell says: 129 comments
      Mesquite, NV

      I had one like that in my 1909 Portland, Oregon, cottage. I had it re-porcelained.

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  3. NonaKNonaK says: 265 comments
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    Austin, TX

    I can see why this one was snapped up. Hopefully not by a flipper.

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