No more showings, best and final was for n=midnight Tuesday 9-14-21. Best and Final by Tuesday Midnight, September 14th, 2021 supplied by email to listing agent with proof of cash assets, full contract no offer sheets. Welcome home to 1006 Washington Street, in historic Cape May City. This contributing fixer upper was built in 1875 and features many of the original details throughout. Offering approximately 1,395 square feet of living space, this three-bedroom home includes one full bathroom and attic space. The home has parking for multiple cars, and a spacious grass yard for outdoor entertainment. As you walk up to the home, you are greeted by a front sitting porch with a view of beautiful tree-lined Washington Street and Madison Avenue. Upon walking through the front door is the formal dining room and open living space with high ceilings and original crown molding. The kitchen is to the back of the home with access to a screened in porch. As you climb the stairs to the second floor, there are three bedrooms and hallway bathroom. The bathroom is complete with a claw foot tub. The third level offers two more attic storage spaces that have been used as bedrooms and the beautiful original single pane window overlooking Washington Street. The home has no heat but once had a gas heating unit. 1006 Washington is located within walking distance of the Washington Street Mall, restaurants, shops, parks, tennis courts, historic Emlen Physick Estate and just a short walk to the beaches of Cape May! This property is being sold AS-IS. Easy to show, see attached historic survey. Once upon a time it was the residence of J. Pettibone, it may have been built for him, he was a tinsmith with a wife and 5 children per the 1880 census. The home then shows as the residence of Frederick Tompkins and his wife in 1900 census. Being sold furnished with many of the original furnishings. Owners will be taking the kitchen table and chairs, art and personal items. Reminder priced an as is sale hopefully cash. See associated Docs. This home cannot be torn down.