In, on, or by Haller Lake all have different meanings, if the topic is the lake itself. As for the Haller Lake neighborhood, here are five on the least expensive homes for sale in the neighborhood. Sadly, none are by the lake. Gladly, none are in or on the lake.
Check the history on this three bedroom, one bathroom house. It was built in 1924, and probably rebuilt or added onto considering the roof lines. Grow and adapt as necessary. The now 1,150-square-foot house on a 7,492-square-foot lot may be almost a century old, but someone had fun with more modern colors inside. A lot of work went into the wide doors and the deck. White picket fence and landscaping complete the $389,000 package.
Much more modern is a brick rambler from 1949. Welcome to the start of the Baby Boom with its three bedrooms and one bathroom in 2,200 square feet. The kitchen was updated with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and a tile mosaic for the backsplash. Outside, find a fenced 9,583-square-foot lot with established foliage like fruit trees. All together, the property lists at $569,000, a major jump from the previous house.
This newer (1966) and slightly pricier ($589,000) house is almost the same size (2,280 square feet), but with more rooms. They managed to fit in four bedrooms and three bathrooms plus a shop space, partly thanks to a lower level. It sits on a 8,398-square-foot lot at the end of the street, a quieter place that stays out of the traffic flow while still being close to commuting routes. Enjoy a kitchen in black and white with hints of blue.
This 1953 place likes fireplaces. The living room is a natural location. Another sits in a bonus room. A third takes fire pits upscale with an outdoor fireplace large and stout enough that it looks like it should have a house wrap around it. The first two are part of a 1,420-square-foot home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The outside one sits on the 9,147-square-foot lot. Combined, they are listed at $624,950. Check to see if firewood is included.
Snuggled up to Northacres Park and Interstate 5 is a 1,674-square-foot home from 1947. Inside, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside, there’s a 7,405-square-foot lot that includes a hot tub, garage, and shade trees. As with most homes of this age, the landscaping is mature and established. There’s less guessing about what will grow because decades have proved what works. Then there’s the price, a very modern $625,000.