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1885 Victorian

Maitland, Missouri
front of house
front of house
house in winter
house in winter
back of house
back of house
back of house
back of house
side of house
side of house
a window in the center on the bottom of side of house was boarded over at some point but it is believed the original glass window is intact underneath the siding
side of house
side of house
side of house after removal of enclosure at back kitchen door. a window in the center bottom on side of house was boarded over at some point, but it is believed the original window is still intact under the boards
carriage house
carriage house
side yard
side yard
putting new roof on carriage house
putting new roof on carriage house
the original roof of the carriage house before it was replaced
reroofing carriage house
reroofing carriage house
original roof of carriage house before being replaced, notice the vent on top of roof, it is currently inside the carriage house awaiting repair and replacement
carriage house soffits
carriage house soffits
new roof, tongue and groove soffits made in the original style
carriage house new roof
carriage house new roof
new roof installed on carriage house in 2019, asphalt shingles in cedar shake style, original bell curve design of rafters replicated. awaiting replacement of original roof vent
carriage house new roof
carriage house new roof
cast iron wood stove in carriage house
cast iron wood stove in carriage house
original cast iron wood burning stove, new stovepipe installed when roof replaced
vent for carriage house roof
vent for carriage house roof
original vent for carriage house roof, just needs minor repair to rivets and removal of dents from tree branches, repainting
front entry
front entry
front entry staircase
front entry staircase
newel post
newel post
front sitting room/fireplace
front sitting room/fireplace
coal burning fireplace
fireplace dragon
fireplace dragon
closeup of carvings on fireplace
coal burning fireplace
coal burning fireplace
stained glass transom
stained glass transom
All of the downstairs windows and doors have stained glass above them. This door is believed to have been the entrance into D.A. Gelvin's office/reception area. The glass on the door is etched with his name.
etched glass door
etched glass door
Look closely at the glass, you can see the etched "D. A. Gelvin" in reverse. It is etched on the outside of the glass so people entering into the house can see it. This is believed to be the door he used to enter into his office or reception area.
upstairs landing
upstairs landing
front tower
front staircase
front staircase
looking down staircase from above
upstairs bedroom and bath doors
upstairs bedroom and bath doors
master bedroom door on right, original bathroom to left
upstairs landing with view into master bedroom
upstairs landing with view into master bedroom
front bedroom
front bedroom
back bedroom
back bedroom
tower bedroom
tower bedroom
tower bedroom
tower bedroom
notice an original light fixture on the wall by window. This is the only room that shows a little water damage in the ceiling, from a leak through the roof in the tower above. Damage is minor
original light fixture in a bedroom
original light fixture in a bedroom
an original fixture in a bedroom
an original fixture in a bedroom
original light switch in bedroom
original light switch in bedroom
attic/ updated fusebox in attic
attic/ updated fusebox in attic
attic & chimney
attic & chimney
entrance into root/storm cellar
entrance into root/storm cellar
brick wall on right side of stairs was repaired and re-mortared in 2019 with new steel door placed over entrance
inside root/storm cellar
inside root/storm cellar
back wall was repaired and re-mortared in 2019, cellar was in very good shape otherwise
history of house
history of house
history of house
history of house
history of D. A. Gelvin
history of D. A. Gelvin
This is some history of D. A. Gelvin, who built the house in 1885. He made his wealth in cattle shipping and bluegrass production. He designed the first strippers to harvest bluegrass seed. At the time, he had the largest bluegrass field of its kind in the world.

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Last shown in
September of 2020.

Bedrooms 5
Full Baths 1
Half Baths 1
Stories 2.5
Acres 0.8
Lot Size 250 x 140
Property Taxes
$752
Assessed Tax Value
$9,960

Features.

  • Attic
  • Basement
  • Foyer
  • Walk out Basement
  • Walk-Up Attic
  • Master bedroom upstairs
  • 1 Outbuilding
  • Porch
  • Storage Building
  • Detached Workshop
  • 2nd Staircase
  • Built-in Cabinets
  • 1 Fireplace
  • Grand staircase
  • High Ceilings
  • Original wood windows
  • Asphalt shingle Roof
  • Shingle Roof: Asphalt shingle
  • City sewer
  • City water supply
  • Butler's Pantry
  • Carriage House
  • High Ceilings
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Plaster Walls
  • Pocket Doors
  • Ripple Glass
  • Servant's Staircase
  • Stained Glass Windows
  • Transoms
  • Turret
  • Wrap-Around Porch

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