10 homes you can buy for $200,000. Prev . 5 / 21. Next. Photo courtesy of Zillow. Want to get a sense of what the "average" American home has to offer? The $200,000 price range is a good place to
The home was "totally" renovated in 1992, according to the listing. It has a small front porch, a mudroom that leads to a fenced backyard and a 2.5-car garage with workshop space.
It has wood-beamed ceilings, a hanging fireplace, a balcony and a patio. There's also a one-car carport attached to the home. There's also a one-car carport attached to the home. First published
Homes for $5 million are considered extravagant almost everywhere. That real estate price point is nearly 28 times as expensive as the current U.S. median home value of $179,200, according to Zillow .
The home has a covered front porch, fireplace, built-in bookshelves, a rear deck and a fenced backyard. Fresno, California This three-bedroom, two-bathroom house on Fresno's west side is for sale
The home was built in 1925 and has bamboo floors, a wood-burning fireplace, granite kitchen counters, a wine cooler, two covered terraces and a landscaped garden with vegetable plants, fruit trees
- The body of 4-year-old Carnel Chamberlain, who had been missing since last week, was found under the porch of his home on a mid-Michigan Indian reservation Thursday, a family spokesperson said.
The 2,557-square-foot home was built in 1984 and has hardwood floors, a wood stove, walk-in closets, a finished basement with a fireplace, a screened porch, a wooden deck and an attached garage