Lovable in Lansing: The perfect starter home, this adorable 600-square-foot abode is big on style. Updates include an open living and dining space, a compact kitchen with granite counters, and storage throughout.
The main bedroom and bath are on the first level, and upstairs you’ll find a loftlike space that could serve as a second bedroom, office, or media room. Out back there’s a grassy lawn and storage shed.
Pretty in Portland: “Good housing deal” and “Portland” don’t usually go together. So try to pick your jaw up off the floor with this amazingly affordable floating home.
The 1950-era studio comes with 400 square feet of indoor living space and a deck for outdoor living. There’s also plenty of room for your personal watercraft.
Nifty in Niagara Falls: Built in 1882, this sweet three-bedroom residence includes an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, hardwood floors, and attached garage.
While you’ll likely want to rethink the seller’s choice of Marilyn Monroe decor, red leather couches, and red walls, you can easily afford to redecorate at this price.
Smitten in Clinton: This red residence is hard to resist. Spanning almost 2,000 square feet over two floors, the four-bedroom home built in 1918 has an array of original details.
Highlights include built-in storage, a fireplace, and hardwood floors. Newer elements include a the roof and electrical service and an eat-in kitchen. We especially love the screened-in porch.
Major in Montgomery: “You will love this brick home,” the listing notes—and we do.
Built in 1945, the sturdy home is freshly painted and is ready for you to move right in.
The three-bedroom, 1,211-square-foot home features a fireplace, a large kitchen with a new range, and an enclosed porch. The outdoor area is welcoming and offers an expansive lawn for eating and entertaining. It would work well as a starter home or a rental property.