1900 Queen Anne in Clarksville, IA

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Added to OHD on 7/8/14   -   Last OHD Update: 10/26/19   -   11 Comments

403 W Superior St, Clarksville, IA 50619

  • $29,500
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1674 Sq Ft
  • 0.38 Ac.
2-story 4 bedroom 2 bath home on a double corner lot. This homes needs many updates but has potential. Do not let the work scare you away with some sweat equity this home could be a show place!
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David Kelm, CENTURY 21
(319) 352-1157
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11 Comments on 1900 Queen Anne in Clarksville, IA

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  1. Paul W says: 553 comments

    This one looks like a piece of cake compared to the homes I normally restore. Woodwork is all there, fix the roof, tear out the carpeting, and those ceiling tiles and use the existing kitchen to camp out while you live there and restore.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3201 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Love love love! If I only lived in Iowa . . . . and I wouldn’t change that pink kitchen for anything! It may not be period to the house but it’s a way cool vintage update.

  3. Jarrell Jones says: 1 comments

    Awesome home. A great house to restore. I’ve been restoring historical home for 30 years and I would love to get my hands on this one.

  4. Jacki says: 16 comments

    Oh my goodness, is that a floral linoleum I spy? It has to be from the thirties/ early forties. I wish they would bring it back.

  5. Kelly says: 2 comments

    Linoleum rugs!! I can’t believe they are still there. What a house. I does make me sad to see a 100+ year old house on such a huge lot with no trees, or landscaping. But this house is a stunner.

  6. John Shiflet says: 5252 comments

    Nice unspoiled turn of the last century house with some 1950’s updates. (those “Atomic Age” light fixtures seem to be highly sought after these days) So rare to see those old printed floral linoleum floors but if one really wanted to take it back to c. 1900 they might need to be replaced for the original wood floors. Maybe they could be left in some rooms as the earliest linoleum I’ve seen was from the 1890’s in and 1870’s bathroom in St. Joseph, MO. Almost a time capsule of a house. it has the feel of a house that was lived in by one family for several generations. Wonder why there is no foyer-staircase photos? The more I look at the photos the more I think its closer to 1910 than 1900 but only a few early stylistic details are seen to provide clues. Interesting house in any case and priced reasonably for someone willing to bring it back.

  7. PaulPaul says: 5 comments

    Love this one too. Hope they do a great job with it. My parent’s house was built in 1955 and had that exact light fixture in the dining room. The garage looks like the late 1930’s to mid 1940’s to me.

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