Greeley house for sale: Showings Start March 14th
Noffsinger House: 1861 12th Ave, Greeley
1861 12th Ave, located in the Cranford neighborhood, is a 1939 Tudor Revival style brick bungalow, characterized by its steep roof and metal frame windows, and oozing with charm. It was built about 1939 and occupied from 1943 – 1962 by Fred and Ollie Noffsinger. Fred Noffsinger founded the Noffsinger Manufacturing Company. Farm machinery developed and patented by his company was used around the world. That’s right… A true piece of Greeley Colorado history! As such, it was placed on the Greeley Historic Register in 2003 by the City of Greeley.
This adorable, low maintenance brick home has just been listed for sale and showings start March 14th. If you are looking for a 2500+ square foot, 3 bedroom (or 2+ office) home that could not be more well located, this is it!
Location, location, location! The Noffsinger House is just a couple of blocks from the University of Northern Colorado. You might be tempted to think then, that the street is full of investment properties, sporting deferred maintenance and parking is a nightmare. This couldn’t be farther from the truth.
12th Ave is a wide, tree lined street. The homes are beautifully maintained and the neighbors are long term. On any given day a short drive down 12th Ave reveals ample street parking and virtually no other traffic. Unlike some of the parallel streets, 12th Ave is incredibly quiet. Yet, residents still enjoy the benefits of nearby UNC, shopping, dining and Glenmere Park.
Take a look… Then visit us on Saturday March 14th, 12 – 2 PM at the OPEN HOUSE: