I wonder who lived in this fixer upper Queen Anne when it was built around 1900. It must have been someone who was prominent in the small community of less than 900 residents. Whoever designed the home took care to incorporate elements that would last for 120 years. A turret, wrap-around porch, leaded glass windows, hardwood floors, tin ceilings, beautiful fireplace mantels and built-ins still grace this beauty, but to restore it back to the life it had in 1900, it evidently needs the love of an old house enthusiast.
“Improvement” were apparently made in the 1960s, the the wallpaper tells that story. In fact, the bedroom with all the blankets piled on the bed is the same floral wallpaper my mother-in-law had in her bedroom since 1962.
Fixer upper. Looking to relocate in a quiet, small town in the middle of the country? This historic 3-story home with 3262 sq. ft. living area sits on a large corner lot with the charm of a brick street running in front of it. This unique home is asking you to dream big and it needs your tender, loving care to restore it to its former glory! It features a unique turret with a built-in curved window seat in the living room, a large porch, pocket doors, and original wood floors and woodwork throughout! With 5 bedrooms and 4 baths, it is spacious enough to be your home or to be a bed and breakfast for multiple guests at one time!
Renovations have been started that include new Hickory kitchen cabinets, sheetrocked ceilings with decorative tin, a new roof, many new triple-paned windows, insulation, and much new wiring. It sits on 2 city lots and has a detached 2-car garage with additional storage above. This home has so much potential and even has all the furniture included! What dreams can you pursue with this property? Warne Real Estate, Deb Warne, 785 378-3008