For Sale By Owner
1885 Victorian: Queen Anne
Unique Queen Anne Victorian Home
Corner lot, partially fenced yard. Pre-approved potential buyers given priority.
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,200|
|Lot Size||10,000 sq ft|
- 1st Floor Bath
- 1st Floor Laundry Room
- Bonus Room
- Dining room
- Entry Hall
- Living room
- Walk-Up Attic
- Master bedroom upstairs
- 2 Car Garage
- Automatic outside lights
- Driveway - Paved
- Storm Windows
- 2nd Staircase
- Ceiling Fans
- Grand staircase
- High Ceilings
- Wood floors
- Shingle Roof
- City sewer
- City water supply
- Gas heating
- Security System
- Water Heater - Gas
- Cast Iron Radiators
- 10-foot Ceilings
- Claw-foot Tub(s)
- Plaster Walls
- Pocket Doors
- Servant's Staircase
- Wide or Wrap-Around Porch
- 8 min walk to Lake Michigan
- Leaded glass
- New roof
- Original marble bath sink
- Walk to train station & marina
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Pat Hentosh and Dennis Peffley
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Original oak and maple floors, unpainted panels and woodwork, with egg and dart moldings
Grand entry foyer has winding staircase to second floor with oak newel posts, acanthus leaf design, four sided bay window on the landing with leaded glass transoms
Original functioning oak pocket doors separate each room
Living room has picture rails and front bay window with leaded glass
Parlor contains wood burning fireplace with fluted columns, carved mantel, beveled mirror and green glazed tiles
A library/office and full bath is located off the parlor
Dining room also has a bay window and leaded glass transom windows
3 bedrooms with interior transoms
Never painted woodwork
Large sitting room/nursery at top of stairs
Hardwood or aspen floors
2 full baths with original claw foot tubs, original marble sink
Built in linen closet
A second servant’s staircase leading down to kitchen, stairs to 3rd floor
Finished with lots of storage, bedroom plus full bath, corner turret
Sounds of birds instead of jets landing at O'Hare
Neighbors know each other by name & share iced tea on their porches
As the sun moves from east to west, beautiful prismatic rainbows are created within the first floor through the leaded glass windows.
Ten minute walk to Lake Michigan and train station
Corner lot, partially fenced yard
Low maintenance aluminum siding, but original wood siding is present
Property taxes are lower here than in the Chicago area.
An Open House can easily be arranged for serious buyers.
Wrap-around porch freshly painted. Entry foyer room recently painted.
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