c. 1900 – Waterloo, WI

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105 Harrison St, Waterloo, WI 53594

  • $54,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1750 Sq Ft
This large old home on a corner lot has tons of potential and needs someone to return it to its former beauty. Built in the early 20th century. Approximately 1700 square feet and feels much larger. This fixer upper project would create a beautiful home and great sweat equity. Selling "as is" since this is a rehab project. make AN offer! Home has High ceilings (9-10 feet), 3-4 bedrooms with walk-in closets, 2 full baths (one upstairs and one on main level).\nForced air furnace in good condition, Newer roof, Gorgeous antique woodwork and trim. \n5 and 6 panel wood doors. Open floor plan. Bay window. Antique clawfoot tub. Room sizes are\nKitchen 13X15, Living Room 18X15, Den 15X11.5, Parlor/4th Bedroom 15X11.5, Master Bedroom 15X11, Bedroom 15X11.5, Bedroom 13.5X11, Extra Closet/Dressing Room 15X11.5 (L-shaped)
Contact Information
Edward Donovan, American Real Estate Services
(877) 236-6657

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6 Comments on c. 1900 – Waterloo, WI

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  1. jehousejehouse says: 106 comments

    Wow! What a sweet little untouched house. I love the wallpaper and the linoleum. Beautiful!

  2. Michaeljoe62 says: 100 comments

    Always have a soft spot for those old “linoleum” area rugs. We had them in all the bedrooms my family’s cottage – charming. I agree, Julie – nice little house.

  3. 67drake67drake says: 269 comments
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    1993, hey I’m still looking! Boring
    Iowa County , WI

    Ditch the siding and interior blinds,keep the wallpaper and floors,driving distance to Madison-right up my alley! 🙂

  4. BethanyBethany says: 3508 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Potential with a capital P–and I too love those floors!!!

  5. Michele says: 92 comments

    Great potential. Would definitely keep the linoleum.

  6. John Shiflet says: 5456 comments

    The projecting front bay with the chamfered corners assigns this house to the Queen Anne style. Smaller versions belonging to the style did not always have towers, turrets, or even rounded porch pavilions. The leaded and perhaps beveled diamond paned bay window transom would have been called Colonial sash and was very popular around the turn of the last century. Surviving linoleum carpets as seen here are pretty rare to find and some of the wallpaper appears to be from the 1920’s. I suspect the built in china cabinet may have once had leaded glass doors and was finished in the clear. If this house were mine, I’d want to remove the aluminum siding and put back the missing chamfered corner corbels. There could also very well be some patterned shingles in the gables behind the siding. With the original exterior details revealed and painted in period colors as well as the interior freshened up this could be a very impressive smaller Victorian house. Good to see in streetview this corner lot house has retained a residential context around it yet is also near to a commercial area.

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