1901 Queen Anne – Boyd, WI

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Added to OHD on 8/4/15   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
Off Market / Archived

224 S Center St, Boyd, WI 54726

  • $324,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 4790 Sq Ft
  • 5.3 Ac.
29 minutes to Eau Claire-you'll find a piece of History very well cared for! All bedrooms on one level+3rd floor could be a 5th bedroom. 2 full baths. The property has many possibilities. Offers Original Picture rail for hanging photos. Eat-in kitchen, formal dining, formal living room w/fireplace + a spacious living room. Main floor & 2nd floor is about 3200 sf w/attic it's almost 5000 sq ft. Ice skating rink area in back yard - your own pond! Oak/Maple woods throughout home.
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Mary Rufledt, Elite Realty Group,

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12 Comments on 1901 Queen Anne – Boyd, WI

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  1. Mary Beth says: 42 comments

    Oh to go through that attic in the second photo! Such a lovely home.

  2. Sean says: 159 comments

    Wow! This Lady is a beauty.

    It’s like a movie set. Even the attic and the stuff in it looks like a movie. The only thing it’s missing is a full sized dress form. LOL!

    (Insert standard kitchen disclaimer here…)

    And the game room in the barn is great. Love those ceilings!

  3. RossRoss says: 2469 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    Well, I love the house, obviously, but what captured my special attention was the 1960s kitchen. Yes, it is WILDLY at odds with the house, and deliciously so.

    The kitchen is well laid out, and I love the shiny yellow material covering the walls. Neat.

    However, a new owner will almost certainly tear out the kitchen, even through it is a true period piece. They will not recreate a true 1901 kitchen, but rather will create something which purports to be true to the house but will, as almost always happens, look exactly like the year it was built. How many of us today cringe at “vintage-style” kitchens installed in the 1990s?

    I would gently enhance the current kitchen with period-specific 1960s lighting, a cool 1960s floor, a cool 1960s table/chair set, and other touches. The difference would be amazing.

    I love old houses which reflect the passage of time.

    • Allison says: 32 comments

      As a kitchen designer, I’m always surprised to see kitchens in these beautiful homes for sale so out of date. I love and appreciate any time era design (well, not the 90’s pickled oak), but the kitchen is one are that buyers look at when purchasing as it can be a huge investment to the home. There are so many different cabinet companies out there that actually design cabinetry for any era. Though this kitchen is huge, it doesn’t have to be renovated to a gourmet kitchen. Hopefully, whomever purchases this home will mesh the history of the home along with modern appliances and make it beautiful.

  4. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 1016 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    How refreshing to see a vintage kitchen! Please, new owner, don’t destroy its homey charms with a gourmet/granite monstrosity.

    The barn is wonderful too. I spy a midcentury formica dinette — my personal kryptonite!

    • Sapphy says: 390 comments

      The kitchen is most certainly vintage, but not of the period of the rest of the home. Therefore it would have to go. Backwards, of course. I don’t mind 60’s and 70’s clothing, but home decor and design is a completely different thing.

      This house is otherwise gorgeous, and look at that barn! This is where i’d have my art studio. Then i wouldn’t have to constantly worry about getting clay, paint and other art materials all over the living area!

  5. Karen DeWitt says: 1 comments

    What a beautiful home. I bet you made many, many memories in that home.

  6. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11828 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I purchased another old postcard, researching the location found out the house had been posted here!!!

  7. S says: 1 comments

    This house was built by my family. I have gotten the privilege of walking through it in the 2000’s and drawn pictures of it for school projects. It is so cool to see it posted here and know its history is not forgotten. It is a beautiful home.

  8. S. Butscher says: 1 comments

    My Great Grandparents built this beautiful home! My father roamed these rooms as a small child. I too have been able to tour this home…..I hope whoever buys it will restore her to her original beauty.


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