Looking for a project house? Then turn yours eyes to Springfield, where a huge historic home from 1901 hit the market for an unreal amount.

Listed by Cheryl Malandrinos of HB Real Estate, LLC, this 2,866 square foot home on Fairfield Ave in Springfield, MA is a fixer upper's dream come true at just $250,000.

Though the fairly inexpensive home clearly needs some TLC, it still boasts many original features like stunning Palladian windows, elegant archways and clawfoot tubs.

For the right person, this historic home could become a gorgeous Gilded Age manor suitable for the wealthy or the working class.

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The home is in the Springfield neighborhood known as Forest Park and is just a short walk from the house where Theodor Geisel, AKA Dr. Seuss, grew up.

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Larger than the five-bedroom house Seuss grew up in, this Fairfield Street home has seven bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and numerous fireplaces.

Though a favorite feature has to be the circular front tower that gives panoramic views of the neighborhood and nearly 360 degree views from the third floor bedroom.

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This tower made the home a stand out in the Forest Park neighborhood from the moment it was built by William F. Clark, the owner of the Clark Engraving Company. Though Clark only lived there for three years, it remained a sought after property in Springfield with high-end owners like lawyers, doctors and even real estate agents.

Today it needs a new owner and a lot of renovation, but as you can see from the photos below, there's still a lot to work with in this turn-of-the-century home.

Springfield Fixer Upper Has Fantastic Future With New Owner

It's been a Fairfield Street staple since 1901, now this historic home is being sold yet again. The new owner's have a lot of work ahead of them, but the potential for a stunning result is definitely there.
Keep scrolling to see for yourself.

Gallery Credit: Nancy Hall

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