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2709 Jackson

Sioux City, IA

A unique offering Turreted Victorian with a very livable floor plan,foyer that has the original light fixture, glass french doors, beautiful stairway in excellent condition, hardwood floors, 29 foot living room with wood fireplace, many built ins plus window seating, tall ceilings, formal dining with a gas fireplace, built-ins and original woods and doors,friendly eat in kitchen with newer cherry cabinets with Corian countertops and sink, appliances, pantry, two stairways, back door to deck and gazebo in a private back yard, 5 bedrooms up with 3 baths, french doors, master bedroom has built in drawers, and much more. A double detached garage and concrete driveway. The gracious elegance of this home from long ago is a must see. $199,950
  • Single Family
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 3,056 Sq Ft.
  • 10,687 Sq Ft.
  • 718573
  • 2 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1900

A unique offering Turreted Victorian with a very livable floor plan,foyer that has the original light fixture, glass french doors, beautiful stairway in excellent condition, hardwood floors, 29 foot living room with wood fireplace, many built ins plus window seating, tall ceilings, formal dining with a gas fireplace, built-ins and original woods and doors,friendly eat in kitchen with newer cherry cabinets with Corian countertops and sink, appliances, pantry, two stairways, back door to deck and gazebo in a private back yard, 5 bedrooms up with 3 baths, french doors, master bedroom has built in drawers, and much more. A double detached garage and concrete driveway. The gracious elegance of this home from long ago is a must see.

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2126 Jones Street

Sioux City, IA

Ready to move into cute and clean Craftsman home in convenient location. Features corner lot, fenced yard, attached garage, large front porch, beautiful woodwork, built-ins and more! $97,500
  • Single Family
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2,445 Sq Ft.
  • 3,485 Sq Ft.
  • 718588
  • 1 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1924

Ready to move into cute and clean Craftsman home in convenient location. Features corner lot, fenced yard, attached garage, large front porch, beautiful woodwork, built-ins and more!

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1425 West Willis

Sioux City, IA

New, new, new!! Most of the house has been remodeled and redone to perfection in this cozy quiet home. New flooring, new siding, newer roof, new furnace/ac, new kitchen, bath and more! Features main floor laundry, fenced yard and parking pad as well. For cool nights, take advantage of the fire pit and patio area in the backyard. $94,500
  • Single Family
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 720 Sq Ft.
  • 6,098 Sq Ft.
  • 718616
  • 0 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1953

New, new, new!! Most of the house has been remodeled and redone to perfection in this cozy quiet home. New flooring, new siding, newer roof, new furnace/ac, new kitchen, bath and more! Features main floor laundry, fenced yard and parking pad as well. For cool nights, take advantage of the fire pit and patio area in the backyard.

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2715 2nd

Sioux City, IA

Smaller two bedroom, 1 bath living room and dining with kitchen and main floor laundry, single detached garage. $49,950
  • Single Family
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 680 Sq Ft.
  • 6,000 Sq Ft.
  • 718617
  • 1 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1900

Smaller two bedroom, 1 bath living room and dining with kitchen and main floor laundry, single detached garage.

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1826 West 5th

Sioux City, IA

Three bedroom story 1/2 with much potential. Corner lot, and much charm. $59,900
  • Single Family
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1,760 Sq Ft.
  • 0 Sq Ft.
  • 718288
  • 1 Garage Spaces
  • Built in 1924

Three bedroom story 1/2 with much potential. Corner lot, and much charm.

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