Under $75K Thursday – Affordable Home – c.1900 Move-In Ready Victorian in Parsons, KS Under $73K Pending
1430 Belmont Ave, Parsons, KS 67357.
This home was built for O.C. Davis (b.1870) and his wife Grace Stretch Davis. The couple resided here with their young son, Joseph, and Grace’s mother. By 1916, Albert and Beatrice Deem owned the home and lived here with their daughter Aleen. Albert was an auditor for the M.K. & T. Railway Company before opening up his own tailoring business at 1907 Broadway in Parsons. Sadly, Albert died suddenly in the home at the age of 46. The home passed down to several owners before the Smith family purchased it sometime before 1983. Mrs. Jack Smith’s recipe for Harvest Bars made it into a 1983 edition of the Parsons Daily Sun.
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Build date 1900
Contact Realtor:Suzanne Wood with Wood-Dulohery Real Estate
Lots of changes in this lovely Victorian close to the park. NEW central heat/air, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large living and dining rooms with all new paint and flooring. Kitchen equipped with double ovens, NEW dishwasher, NEW disposal, NEW gas cooktop in the island, refrigerator, countertops and paint! Utility room and bath on the main floor and 3 bedrooms and full bath up-all with fresh paint. You should see this lovely home and seller will leave the quaint porch swing.
NAIMA Anne HAVILAND
Too bad the woodwork is painted but its being painted white still looks great. I love everything about this house. The little stained glass window is charming. I’m going to try that Harvest Bar recipe!