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The 1,721-square-foot house sits on a 1-acre lot and is listed as built in 1900. It was sold out of foreclosure in April 2014 to Donald L. Welch, Jr., for $60,000. According to Google Street View, the structure was occupied as of December 2015. The sided structure includes a large front porch, central dormer, and is flanked by two stone fireplaces. It has been modified over the years and the second-floor windows are symmetrically arranged.
The demolition can proceed on August 20. The cost to raze the house is estimated at $140,600.