LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – Those wanting to purchase a piece of local history, haven’t missed their chance.
After more than three months on the market, the Historic Moses Fowler Home is still for sale.
As News 18 previously reported, the Tippecanoe County Historical Association put the home on the market in late March.
Executive director Kathy Atwell said they’ve had little interest in the home since it was placed on the market, and said the association only budgeted for six months of maintenance fees.
Atwell said the historical association is trying to sell the home, and will consider listing with a realtor if not sold in six months.
She said the board is also prepared to make other changes in order to sell the home.
“At every board meeting we’ve discussed turning it over to a real estate agent, and we’ve also discussed at what point we will lower the price,” said Atwell. “If haven’t had any interest, then maybe, we need to drop the price.”
Atwell says although they only budgeted for six months of maintenance, the association will reconfigure the budget to allow for more money if the house is still on the market.