Yes, it looks like this Victorian fixer is a foreclosure and it certainly is a fixer. But there's potential here, we think. The house has seven bedrooms, three baths and is about 2,127 square feet. The house was also built in 1885 and according to the listing, has hardwood floors throughout the first floor and ceramic tile in the kitchen and dining. At the height of the bubble in June 2005, the house sold for $618,000, after selling the year before for $100,000. Not surprisingly, in April of this year it was sold to the bank for $337,500. Now it has a $409,000 asking price, or $192 per square foot, which is pretty close to comps. Listing is here.