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1902 Queen Anne – Hampton, IA (George F. Barber)

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217 4th Ave SE, Hampton, IA 50441

  • $29,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2023 Sq Ft
  • 0.38 Ac.
Large 4 bedroom, 1 bath home in SE Hampton. This home features large rooms, double lot, walk in kitchen pantry, open staircase, leaded glass windows, and some hardwood floors. With a little TLC this could be a wonderful family home!
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>Kathy Stanbrough, Abbott Realty
(641) 456-4707
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17 Comments on 1902 Queen Anne – Hampton, IA (George F. Barber)

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  1. Bethany says: 3322 comments

    I have GOT to find my husband a job in Iowa. I am just missing out on too many great houses!

  2. Carolyn says: 282 comments

    This house has great potential but what a bizarre choice of wallpaper.

  3. says: 18 comments

    The tile reminds me of my grade school classroom. I didn’t like school then and so looked at the floor A LOT! Love the house though!

  4. Ann says: 100 comments

    It’s pretty all the way around. Usually the back looses architectural grace. Wish there was more to see.

  5. SeanSean says: 161 comments
    1928 Spanish Revival
    Long Beach, CA

    I think the tile is more wallpaper. Look at the repeating patterns.

    Which makes the wallpaper choices even more “unique”. 🙂

  6. Chris DiMattei says: 272 comments

    This is a George F. Barber designed home. It is one of several in Hampton. It is highly likely that this affordable gem was built several years before the advertised YOC. C’mon people, there is probably 45K sitting below your couch cushions.

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11723 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Gesh, never cross my mind this is a Barber. Thanks Chris.

    • JimHJimH says: 4867 comments
      OHD Supporter

      Chris, do you have a link to the design? The roof is unusual and I’m trying to imagine what it looked like. Thanks.

      • Chris DiMattei says: 272 comments

        Jim, this example does differ from the published version in that the peak of the roof is not the traditional pyramid top, but one that contains a gable extension on two sides.I have an image of the published version of this design, that I can send to Kelly, so she can add it to her posting. Stay tuned.

  7. William Hope says: 4 comments

    The tile is unique but being a tilsitter I wouldnt want my family walking on asbesto , yet the house is masterpiece of work , and yes id love to call it home

    • Theresa says: 41 comments

      That’s what I was thinking, that the tile may be old enough to have asbestos. At this price may be worth the cost to get rid of it though.

  8. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11723 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Sent in by Chris, thanks!

  9. LadyElaine says: 1 comments

    What about the individual photo/art panels at the top of the walls in the parlor (5th photo down)? Is that wallpaper or individual murals? Is that of the time period or an after thought like the ugly grey fake tile on the walls? The choice of red in that room was a status thing back in the homes time frame? non? I am very curious if that is art or not (well its art regardless but wallpaper I should have written).

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