This is one of the most interesting HUD Homes I have run across in quite some time. History buffs, take a look at this. This home is located in Noblesville along the path of the never-completed Central Canal.
This is a former builder’s model home built in 1997 that is now available as a HUD Home. As a former model, it has many extra features that would attract buyers to that neighborhood. If you think of a subdivision as a place where homes are scrunched together, you’d better take another look at this home.
This is a four bedroom 2.5 bath home with about 2000 sq. ft. of living space. This home was listed by HUD on Jan. 16, 2009 with priority going to owner-occupants for the first ten days of bidding. After that bids from investors would be considered.
It is priced at $125,00, which is far lower than what the model sold for over ten years ago. This home is not eligible for standard FHA financing, due to some work that is needed on the home. HUD has a Property Condition Report available to inform buyers ahead of time of some of the work that they believe needs to be done on this home.
Home features include Ceramic tile floors in the kitchen and a separate dining room, a family room with fireplace, a deluxe master suite with all of the amenities. One of the most attractive amenities is the almost park-like setting where this home is located. No you don’t need to walk sideways to get between homes here. There is plenty of green space in these surroundings.
To get additional information about this home, be sure to call Dan Rosenberger of the Real Estate Finders Team at Harvest Realty. Direct phone number is 317-709-2537. If I am unable to get to your call right away, please be sure to leave a message. I try to return all calls within a few hours. Here are some additional photos of this home.