The median home value in Odessa, DE is $475,000.
the county median home value of $243,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Odessa, DE is $475,000.
Approximately 78% of Odessa homes are owned,
compared to 15% rented, while
6% are vacant.
Odessa real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Odessa real estate agent to arrange a tour
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Step back in time and enjoy the quaint charm of one of Historic Odessa's most beloved homes - "The Tatman House", which was Odessa's Earliest Bank- circa 1840. Modern conveniences meet the unparalleled craftsmanship of yesteryear in this classic home. Located on a tree-lined street with brick sidewalks you will immediately fall in love with "The Tatman House" and this enchantingly picturesque "Hallmark" town. There is a reason that this home is one of the most photographed homes in Odessa! Located a hop, skip and a jump from Cantwell's Tavern, the Historic Odessa Foundation's museums and the Odessa Library you will be right in the "action" of this bucolic town. Guests are always pleasantly surprised after touring "The Tatman House" at the expansiveness of the property, which feels deceptively bigger than it looks from the street view, thanks to the many additions and the prominent corner lot. The living room was the original bank and still highlights some of the details of the old "security system" of the late 1800's, as well as beautiful hardwood floors, built in cabinets and a classic bay window. The kitchen and dining room have been professionally designed and built with every attention to detail to bring all of the modern amenities to this historic home, and boast marble countertops, stainless steel appliances and cabinets that were designed to look like antique furniture made with quality by local craftsmen. Continuing on the main floor there is an informal family room, bonus room, large laundry room and a screened in porch. You have access to the upper level via two staircases where you will find three bedrooms and two modern baths. There are two attic spaces, which could be turned into livable space as well. The tranquil backyard has mature trees and beautifully cultivated plant life with a country park-like feel. The two story barn is a woodworker's dream, which could also be designed into more livable space such as a game room, a media center, a she-shed or man-cave, guest quarters or whatever your imagination desires. Opportunities to own a home on Main St. in Odessa rarely come up so do not miss your opportunity to become part of the living history of this historic town!
The once in a lifetime opportunity that you have been dreaming about is finally here! Old St. Paul's Church located in Historic Odessa is up for sale and looking for a new owner to steward it into the future for generations to come. The cornerstone for Old St. Paul's was laid in 1851 and has a fantastic legacy in this gem of a town. It has most recently been lovingly restored and meticulously maintained by The Women's Club of Odessa over the last four decades who host M.O.T.'s beloved Christmas In Odessa from there every year. This 3,500+ square foot building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and boasts a glorious sanctuary with 16+ foot hand-crafted stained glass windows, a plethora of old oak pews, irreplaceable hardwood floors throughout, a dramatic chandelier and balcony seating. "The dominating feature of the church is the Tracker organ with intricately decorated pipes that rise from behind the altar area. The instrument, which is encased in a massive walnut cabinet, was made in the mid-1880s by A. B. Felgemaker & Co. of Erie, PA. It is No. 465 on the Felgemaker 'Opus List' according to the Organ Clearing House in Harrisville, NH" relates Carla Pyle, President of The Womenâs Club of Odessa.â "Restoring the old and valuable organ was just one more step in the Club's ongoing project of bringing the old 1852 Church back to its former place as one of the most elegant Greek revival buildings in the area" Pyle said. Downstairs you will find a large office, a large conference room/meeting area, a full kitchen, and two bathrooms. The possibilities are limitless for Old St. Paul's church, but it would make a great home for a new Church, a unique private residence, serene office spaces, a dramatic event venue, dance studio, law office, and on and on... Although the cemetery and irreplaceable organ are being sold separately they can be bundled into this sale if they are of interest to a buyer. All of the mechanicals have been wonderfully updated and maintained, and although inspections are welcome, they are for informational purposes only as the building is being sold as-is. Put this building on your tour today and let your imagination run wild with the potential and opportunity that this Historic Church holds. What are you waiting for? Call your Realtor right away!