Oh So Cute Waldo House–Under $200K!

Wonderful Waldo…the curb appeal alone will sell this house!  Out on  the Realtor tour today, this was the best house I saw under $200K. 

 

A 1920s bungalow, it features three bedrooms and two full baths–the upstairs is a spacious master suite.  One car garage, private drive,  custom plantation shutters, large eat in kitchen, formal dining room, move in ready, excellent Waldo location..this home is a real beauty that won’t last long.  Love this front porch!   It is not my listing–email me if you’d like me to send you more info.  It’s priced at $185,000.

Other nice homes I saw today include a cozy  3 bedroom,  two bath home in Astor Place (just off Oak) for $184,950.  If you are looking for something large, open, and with lots of the original woodwork, there is a 3 story, 4 bedroom, 2 full and 2 half bath home on 59th St for $375,000.   Finally, a three bedroom, one full bath bungalow on Locust near UMKC for $155,950.  Needs some updating, but good location.

The bargains out there for buyers these days…incredible!  So much inventory to look it…if you are thinking of buying a home, you are like a kid in a candy store!!

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One thought on “Oh So Cute Waldo House–Under $200K!

  1. Mary, thank you so much for your kind words and the pics of our little Waldo bungalow. It’s such a happy home – we’ve had amazing times here- wonderful dinners, cocktails, parties. Timeless memories. Our friends love the house, they said it always “embraced” them. Sad to leave it but so glad someone else will have a chance to revel in it.

    All my best,

    Arlette Torres

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