831 2nd St Southeast, New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County, OH 44663

$82,500 USD
  • 5 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,368 Sqft
Property Type
Lot Size
0.15 Ac
MLS Number
Year Built
Date Added
15 December 2017


Ever thought about investing in real estate? Here's your chance. This 2 unit property in New Philadelphia is the perfect opportunity for investment. Live in the larger 4 bedroom 2 bath unit and rent out the 2nd one, or just rent out the whole property! Most of the work has already been done for you. Just needs a little work, and you're ready to go. Come check out this great Duplex today!!This property has been placed in an upcoming online event. Any post-event offers will need to be submit ... View More


Interior Features
  • Basement
Exterior Finish
  • Vinyl Siding
  • Asphalt
  • Forced Air

Demographics in 44663top


Male Population 13,012
Female Population 13,437
Since 2000 1.0% increase
Since 2010 0.0% decrease
Median Age 40.88
Total Population 26,448


Total Households 11,313
Family Households 7,374
Non-Family Households 3,939
Households with children 3,019
Households without children 8,293
Average people per household 2.30
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Listing Agent

Jeremy Brobson

Jeremy Brobson


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