1888 Queen Anne – Sioux City, IA

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914 Jackson St, Sioux City, IA 51105

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  • $114,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 5039 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
Beautifully restored, historic Victorian-style, 3-story home with intricate details and charming hardware floors throughout. Previously used as an office for a local business, this property is seamlessly converted back to a home. No zoning changes required! High ceilings throughout, original built-ins, several chandeliers, a large open foyer, stained glass front door and additional stunning stained glass window features. This gorgeous home boasts a grand staircase to the second level with a large bench seat at the landing, a second staircase to the second floor in the back of the home, and fireplaces in 5 of the rooms, all containing ornate and artistic details. There is parking in the driveway, a one car detached garage, plenty of off-street parking, and a security system with cameras for added safety. Listed at the aggressive purchase price of $119,900. Also available at a monthly lease rate of $2,500. Don't miss this unique and charming home! It is a must-see!
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Sarah Espiritu, Century 21
712.­224.2300
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10 Comments on 1888 Queen Anne – Sioux City, IA

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  1. phil says: 14 comments

    nice work on the attic 🙂

  2. John Shiflet says: 5356 comments

    This house definitely has the Wow factor going and at this price is a very competitive bargain. Not sure how to interpret the attic except to say I’m glad the rest of the house hasn’t been similarly changed and modernized.

  3. scott says: 58 comments

    yes..the attic was a bit let down for me….

  4. Robb says: 187 comments

    The attic does not bother us as we are true Victorians and have many possesions so we look at it as finished storage 🙂 Always nice to have a clean dry space to keep our items that are currently not on display 🙂

  5. Paul WPaul W says: 462 comments

    Good finished space in the attic is a plus, I hope they insulated well. Nice house , nice detail, especially like the tile work on fireplaces. Outside has some deferred maintenance issues but its not bad.

  6. Jim says: 5104 comments

    From a walking tour of the area:
    The original homes from the 500 block north to the 800 block of Jackson are no longer there. Instead apartment buildings and commercial businesses have been built in their place. The only surviving home from this period is the Knott house at 914 Jackson built by one of the earliest physicians.
    Dr. J. M. Knott House – 914 Jackson St.
    Built in 1887 this Queen Anne styled home was constructed at the height of Sioux City’s boom period, when each fall, five great Corn Palaces were built from 1887 to 1891. This was the longtime residence of Dr. John M. Knott, one of Sioux City’s prominent physicians. He was known among locals as the “dean of medical men”. After serving in the Civil War, Dr. Knott attended medical school in Washington D. C. and graduated in 1870. Later, he met Dr. Beggs, a Sioux Citian who convinced him to move to Sioux City. He resided in the home until 1917.
    [The Christian Science Church next door was built in 1921, now Iglesia La Biblia Abierta.]

  7. Renee says: 2 comments

    Love this need to move this to our farm rural Sgt.Bluff!

  8. Neil Herbold says: 1 comments

    This house is an excellent example of history preserved in Sioux City. So many of the historic houses get torn down or are turned into tiny unit apartments. The neighborhood for this house is kind of shady right now, but they city has been cleaning up the neighborhoods of near downtown. For the price, you can’t beat this place!

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