FRAMINGHAM – This week’s home of the week on SOURCE is a fixer-upper in the Town of Ashland
The 108 Olive Street property just had a price drop to $200,000, making it one of the most affordable in MetroWest.
Built in 1950, the property has 753 square feet of living space, and sits on just less than a quarter acre lot.
The property has been on the market for about 3 months.
“CASH BUYER OPPORTUNITY for contractors, builders, developers, investors, and handy people to own this cottage style home with 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with basement, side deck and front and back enclosed porches on 0.25-acre wooded lot near the Ashland State Park. The home is being sold As-Is. Public water & sewer. Perfect opportunity, to get into highly sought-after Ashland with excellent schools and access to nearby Commuter Rail,” wrote the Realtor.
The Town of Ashland assessed the property in 2021 at $308,400.
The 2021 property taxes are $41,93
The home last sold inApril of 2021 for $290,900.
The home is presented by Erica Antonio with Keller Williams Boston Metrowest.