$1,000. Built in 1910 in New York. Original details inside


One thousand US dollars! is undoubtedly quite labor-intensive, but it has some good features. These photos depict the Dayton, Virginia, Clarke House as it was when Lee purchased it. The house was built sometime in the 1910s. It is situated in Syracuse, New York. The home features a covered front porch, pocket doors, a grand staircase, thick baseboards, and a vestibule in addition to hardwood floors. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,722 square feet. $1,000

The historic property near Older-Strathmore needs extensive renovations because of drought-related water damage. Set aside at least $200k for structural repairs before restoration, and $400–500k for the full project. Commercial use of the MX1 zoom lens is allowed. Buyer needs to provide verified completion of work and itemized repair specifications. Before an event can be arranged, a $150k bank guarantee is needed. First-floor features include a double parlor, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, half bath, pocket doors, original tile flooring, board and batte trim, carved ornate woodwork with patio walls and columns, and an original fireplace. The second story has an enclosed porch at the back, four bedrooms, one bathroom, and the possibility of a master bathroom.

The property is being sold with no warranties or guarantees and requires upkeep.The Contract to Purchase and the Property Purchase Application are available on their website. For consideration at the Board of Directors meeting, which is typically held on the third Tuesday of the month, completed bids must be submitted by no later than the first Tuesday of the month. Please verify the dates and timings. The price of renovations can exceed $500,000. Evidence of the money required for the total cost of the acquisition and renovations.