This Victorian home might just be the cheap house of your dreams

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The last thing most people want to do when looking for a new home is worry about renovations and fixing previous damages.

But then there are some that love a good fixer-upper, especially when the potential is limitless.

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Because truly, as long as the foundation and basics are in place, gutting out and redesigning the interior can be actually be...dare we say...fun?

If you're one of those who revels in all things DIY, this Victorian in Montrose, Pennsylvania is pretty much the home project to end all home projects.

Take a look through the dilapidated yet charming (maybe?) home below:

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Built in 1990, the home is built around 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

The fireplaces and spiral staircase are still in tact, and the 1.1-acre property leaces plenty of room for outdoor projects and landscaping.

The house, in its current state, is on the market for $169,900.

Now, check out this restored 1887 house for sale:

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