The home is offered as a short sale and will require approval from the seller's lender to move forward. The last buyer gave up because she felt she and lender were too far apart. The house has all the right stuff- including almost an acre of ground! And it is walking distance to all that Northport has to offer- the Marina, Tuckers for a meal and some bowling, the Tribune for a "not to be missed" breakfast or lunch, and of course the bakery, as well as Toms Grocery and the Farmer's Market in the summer months, making it ripe for a summer rental, at least part of the time. (That way it helps pay for itself!) It is apparent that this house was well built in her day and quite a lot of it is timeless like the elegant cathedral ceilings. There has been water intrusion in the basement and the buyer will need to bring their tool belt to restore the finished basement to its original state. Condition is reflected in the price but with a little cash and a little bit of hard work this house can be updated and restored to its previous state as a really beautiful home. The seller is motivated. Buyer to assume the sewer assessment- balance is approximately $6000.