116-122 N 9th avenue. Four small adjoining three-bedroom rowhomes across from beautiful park with pool and surrounded by new townhouses. New vinyl siding, all houses in nice shape. Gas heat and hot water. Possible subdivision. Backs up to 848/850 lumber street (see below) for possibility of something much larger in the future. $225,000
214 E Chestnut Street. Three story building with six big 4-bedroom apartments in heart of revitalization district. Includes attached paved lot currently used for parking but could be built on. Updated kitchens and baths. Easy to rent. May be possible to split each apartment into two 1-bedroom apartments. $325,000.
228 W Chestnut Street. Detached single family home. Two bedroom house with extra room on second floor. Floored attic and dry basement for storage. Big kitchen and living room. Driveway for off-street parking. Electric baseboard heat. Carpet, bath, painting redone in 2008. New Roof 2012. $70,000.
352 S First Avenue. Three bedroom rowhome in great condition. Gas heat and hot water. Rehabbed in 2003. New roof in 2005. Walk-out basement to small yard. Nice kitchen. $80,000
744 E Chestnut Street. 3 bedroom end of row rowhome. Long-term tenant pays $800/month and all utilities. $75,000
749 E Lincoln Highway. Four bedroom rowhome across from new medical center. Flooring, drywall, and paint redone plus rear of building resided in 2008. Huge first floor with high ceilings has living room, dining room, eat in kitchen with pantry, and laundry room. Gas heat and hot water. $90,000
848/850 Lumber street. Connected to 116-122 N 9th ave (see above). Two sides of a twin. 848 is a decent sized 2-bedroom house with a large living room and basement and an updated kitchen and bath. 850 is a small 2-bedroom house that was just completely rehabbed. Huge fenced in yard extends back to Chestnut street and is big enough to build more on the lot. $125,000