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A Bit of Brooklyn in Athens, $179,000

Imagine how much this Athens row house would cost in the city! Well, in Athens, a three-story, four-bed, two-family brownstone of sorts, on one of the main commercial drags (albeit a quiet one) will run you less than two-hundred-grand. It has some updates (tin ceilings, exposed brick, new bath fixtures) and some original details. It’s narrow, but could make a very cool live-work situation for the right buyer. Taxes are estimated at around $2,500, which is very reasonable.

 

 

 

34-36  Second St, Athens (Lake & Mountain Realty) GMAP
Asking Price: $179,000
Beds: 4
Baths: 2
Square Feet: 2,698
Year Built: 1890
Taxes: around $2,500
Features: rental unit, deck

Category: $100000 to $199000, Athens, Greene County, Village

By: lisa | 18 January 2012 09:55 AM | 4 Comments

4 Responses

  1. cara says:

    Love it! Wonder how easy/hard it would be to rent those apartments for income. Also wonder if there’s a garden behind… intriguing.

  2. priscilla says:

    This months Country Living magazine has an article about a bath redo of a house owned by their editor. I believe it is in Athens.

    http://www.countryliving.com/homes/makeovers/budget-friendly-bathroom-makeover-tips

  3. Cher@NR says:

    Love urban upstate real estate!

  4. Citymouse says:

    Yah but you are 200 miles from home, if nyc is home not some fad thing u do. That sucks. Up in the stix in a city of 4k people … I could live in a castle and it would still be hell. It’s not ‘real estate’, it’s whete you live!!!!

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