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Cheapish c.1910 West Virginia Queen Anne Victorian Home For Sale Under $180K
November 25, 2023
OHU50K Notes $179,900
Located in the Washington Avenue Historic District, this c.1901 Queen Anne Victorian home for sale is a beautiful four bedroom, two bath home with natural woodwork, French doors, coffered ceiling, fireplaces, pocket doors and vintage lighting fixtures.
Welcome to 1431 Washington Avenue, a piece of history nestled in the heart of the Parkersburg High School-Washington Avenue Historic District! The district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Sitting elegantly among the lampposts and mature trees lining Washington Avenue you’ll find this grand Queen Anne style home with a sweeping front porch. Featuring a unique blend of frame and brick construction, a distinctive turret with fish scale shingles and a conical roof, the property is overflowing with character and charm. The seller has lovingly cared for this fine home which boasts gorgeous woodwork, built-in cabinetry, lovely pocket doors, decorative & gas fireplaces and vintage lighting! The first floor features a large foyer, spacious living room and formal dining room, an updated kitchen with a large island and appliances, an updated laundry room with stackable washer & dryer and additional cabinetry, and a small bedroom with an attached full bath with walk-in shower. There are front and rear staircases to access the second floor which adds three additional bedrooms and an updated bath with tub & shower. The unfinished walk-up attic can be accessed from the smallest bedroom. The furnace, water heater and breaker box are located in a partial basement accessed from the laundry room. Paved driveway and carport provide off-street parking and protection from the weather. The ample backyard is level & fenced for privacy including a shed for storage.
1431 Washington Ave, Parkersburg, WV 26101 $179,900
If interested in a property, please contact the realtor whose link is provided in the post below, or contact an agent of your own choosing. Independent verification of details and status is recommended.
As of 1907, this was the home of Charles Scholl, President of the Scholl-Andre Printing Company. Roe’s Atlas shows the home was on the lot in 1901. Charles lived in the home with his wife, Pet, children, Margurite, Henry, Charles Jr, John, and a servant girl.