Learn useless things about your woodframe

Seniors and others lucky enough to have a woodframe house: find some quirky details and other useless but somewhat-interesting information on your woodframe house by looking it up at the City of Middletown’s Assessor’s Database. It’s like Google for Middletown. But not really.

I found out that my house, 324 Washington, was built in 1829 as a one-family house (it is now a two-family). The 0.39 acres on which my house sits are apparently more valuable than the house itself. I also learned that 202 Wash had 11 windows replaced last March.

Apparently it’s not just residential listings, either. You can find North College (237 High) and Exley (265 Church), among other administrative buildings, too. If you’re bored, take a look.

15 thoughts on “Learn useless things about your woodframe

  1. Anonymous

    Can anyone tell me why it is that several houses have 1.4 million dollar roofs!!!!!! (look at repair history), and why it appears as though the Univeresity has paid millions in the early 2000s to rennovate houses that are still broken and that are valued at less than 300,000? I understand that maintaining a house is costly, but I’m no fool– roofs don’t cost that much, and a million dollars in rennovations should make a living place banging. Emebezzle much?

  2. Anonymous

    Can anyone tell me why it is that several houses have 1.4 million dollar roofs!!!!!! (look at repair history), and why it appears as though the Univeresity has paid millions in the early 2000s to rennovate houses that are still broken and that are valued at less than 300,000? I understand that maintaining a house is costly, but I’m no fool– roofs don’t cost that much, and a million dollars in rennovations should make a living place banging. Emebezzle much?

  3. Anonymous

    Can anyone tell me why it is that several houses have 1.4 million dollar roofs!!!!!! (look at repair history), and why it appears as though the Univeresity has paid millions in the early 2000s to rennovate houses that are still broken and that are valued at less than 300,000? I understand that maintaining a house is costly, but I’m no fool– roofs don’t cost that much, and a million dollars in rennovations should make a living place banging. Emebezzle much?

  4. Mad Joy

    hey cool :D hehe… our new house is listed as having 3 bedrooms. interesting :P (though it really does seem plenty big for five people…)

  5. Mad Joy

    hey cool :D hehe… our new house is listed as having 3 bedrooms. interesting :P (though it really does seem plenty big for five people…)

  6. Mad Joy

    hey cool :D hehe… our new house is listed as having 3 bedrooms. interesting :P (though it really does seem plenty big for five people…)

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