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932 Sq. Ft. Small House in Olympia, Washington


This is a 932 sq. ft. small house in Olympia, Washington. It’s a 2/2 listed for sale on Redfin for $199,999.

Eastside Gem just needs your finishing touches! Rare find of 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms. Super charming and unique. All electrical and plumbing has been updated.1

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Two Bedroom, Two Bath 932 Sq. Ft. Small House For Sale in Olympia, WA: $199,999

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Photos via Redfin

Highlights

  • 932 sq. ft.
  • Olympia, WA
  • Built in 1894
  • Two bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • $199,999

Eastside Gem just needs your finishing touches! Rare find of 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms. Super charming and unique. All electrical and plumbing has been updated. Ductless heat pump, gas range, some Fir floors, clawfoot tub in large main bathroom, 2nd bath opens to bedroom and laundry room. Alley access and potential to build garage (with apartment if MM is approved?!), buyer to verify. Shed included in sale. Walkable location, Oly Schools.1

Resources

  1. https://www.redfin.com/WA/Olympia/1510-5th-Ave-SE-98501/home/15686801

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  • merryl February 21, 2018, 2:05 pm

    love this one.i can see myself living there.i would probably put more color on the walls.colors put you in a netter mood.

    • James D. February 21, 2018, 8:39 pm

      Remarkable considering it was built back in 1894 and they updated pretty much everything, it even has a Mini-Split…

  • Eric February 22, 2018, 7:19 pm

    … even has a Mini-Split…

    And one must ask why? Those things are a pain in the butt! Draughty as anything because they push out a stream of air straight down towards the floor. Ceiling Cassette air conditioners are the way to go, in a building… won’t work in a TH on wheels. Gently air gets pushed out 4 ways to dissipate into the room(s). So much more comfortable. And not ugly like mini splits.

    • James D. February 24, 2018, 1:25 am

      Eric, uh… No… First the wall unit is not limited to shooting air in just one direction, unless you get a cheaply made one. Second, Mini-Splits have 4 different interior unit mounting options and one of them is a ceiling cassette!… There’s also a baseboard and In-Wall option as well…

      You could also duct a Mini-Split if you really wanted to hide the internal unit and only have the vents showing…

      Besides, Mini-Splits are whisper quiet and very energy efficient… You’ll be wasting energy with a conventional AC unit and ceiling units, like they have in RV’s, tend to be very loud unless ducted… Not to mention you can also heat with a Mini-Split and not just cool…

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