What a price for this gem! But very curious as to what “pos violations” it has. I googled to see exactly what that means. Point Of Sale inspections by the city. The seller can either make the repairs or an amount is placed in escrow until the buyer has made the necessary repairs. What a nice looking house though. Nothing is really standing out as having an issue. Lots of hardwood floors and unpainted trim throughout. Built in 1922 in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,665 square feet. $75,000
From the Zillow listing:
What an opportunity to own this home which boasts leaded glass windows & natural woodwork plus a ton of Heights charm Sold as-is with buyer to assume City of Cleveland Hts POS violations. The living room has a bay window, fireplace & hardwood floors. The dining room has natural woodwork, leaded glass cabinetry, & opens to a sunny Den. The Kitchen has natural wood cabinets (with pull out shelves), counters, lighting, a great pantry as well as an eat in area. There is a small mud area off the kitchen for boots & coats. The full bath was previously updated with vanity, lighting, Jacuzzi Tub, ceramic tile flooring & tub surround. The second floor has generous sized rooms & hardwood floors. The third floor is enchanting as well with arched windows & a large bedroom with an oversized closet. There is room in the basement to finish a rec room plus there is a half bath and laundry area. The backyard has a paver patio. The current owners have replaced many of the windows, installed a water heater & fully fenced the back yard. Minutes to hospitals, Case Western & everything that makes Cleveland Rock.
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