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This Cold Spring Fixer-Upper Sits on Almost 10 Acres! Swoon.

by Lisa Levin. Listing and photos courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence.   We’re just a little biased toward life in New York’s Hudson Valley, not just because Elizabeth, our founder, lives there! Just up the river from New York City, this is one of the prettiest places in America, and Lisa is ready to take you on a tour of the area’s most incredible old houses.   Oh boy… if these walls could talk! Peel back the layers to uncover the potential of this fantastic property. A perfect fixer-upper opportunity, this Cold Spring property of over nine acres needs a lot of TLC, but when you’ve got original mantels, windows, molding and floors like these, the possibilities are simply endless!   var OB_platformType=3; var

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Save This House! A Hacienda Haven in Oklahoma City

by Melanie Moore Krogman   This could be your own Hacienda Haven! In Oklahoma City, you’ll find this GREAT four bed, five bath in no less than 4873 sq. feet. This is a foreclosure opportunity now listed at $199,900! Listen to the details, look at this house, then imagine adding your own personality and style! Then, the spacious yard with a pool? (Flowers, shrubs, and a fountain …let me at it!)   var OB_platformType=3; var

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Friday Fixer-Upper: A Stately Greek Revival in Claverack, New York

by Rachael Meyerink This stately Greek Revival fixer upper has me drooling over what may lie beneath that 1970s carpet and wall paneling. It is situated on 5.4 acres right by beautiful (and I mean beautiful) Hudson, New York! It’s easy to see the beauty she once was, and could be again.   var OB_platformType=3; var

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Friday Fixer-Upper: A Craftsman Home in Historic District of Idaho Falls!

by Rachael Meyerink This 1919 Craftsman home is part of a historic district and retains nearly all of its original architectural elements. The original woodwork, hand-painted mantle art, light fixtures, hardware and built-ins are all still present. The kitchen boasts its original cabinetry, wine cupboard and floor-to ceiling subway tile in the breakfast nook. The bathroom also retains its original bathtub and subway tiled walls and floors. The historic integrity that has been preserved in this home is breathtaking and is likely thanks to the fact that in almost 100 years, it has only had two owners. Who wants to be number three?   var OB_platformType=3; var

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Save This House! A Beautiful 1903 Queen Anne in Sterling, Kansas

by Melanie Moore Krogman   Waiting for you in Sterling, KS is an absolutely lovely Victorian home dating to 1903, and designed after the governor’s mansion at the time. In fact, a hand-sculpted brass miniature of the home is in Coronado Quivira Museum, in Lyons, KS (how fun is that?!). The owners loved this home in small town Kansas, but no longer have the time to give it the care that it needs.   var OB_platformType=3; var

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Friday Fixer-Upper: 1905 Victorian in Stamford, New York

by Rachael Meyerink This 1905 Victorian was originally built as an inn with a commanding view of the mountains. It has a tower, a mansard roof, and almost 8000 feet to explore. First order of business for the lucky rehab-er- pluck off those fire escape staircases!   var OB_platformType=3; var

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