You can own a piece of Joliet history. This brick home was built in 1898 and converted to a 2-unit in 1905. Then in 1994 the then owners requested and received a variation of use from the City of Joliet to allow the building to be used as a 2-unit. The home offers plenty of the original architectural pleasantries and surprises throughout the home such as hardwood floors, 10' ceilings, columns, and six and seven sided rooms and a cute breakfast nook off of the 1st floor kitchen. There is an enclosed exterior entrance to the 2nd floor unit. Also, the walk up attic is HUGE!! There is room to walk and it is floored. A full basement and 3.5 car garage with an extra parking spot are included. BUT, the building needs a total rehab from top to bottom. The pricing of this unit reflects the work that needs to be completed. Also, the sellers will do no repairs to the home. THIS IS A TRUE AS-IS DEAL. Please have your clients initial the AS-IS paragraph. Also, the sellers need 30 days after closing to vacate the home.
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