1891 Queen Anne – Atchison, KS

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300 N 3rd St, Atchison, KS 66002

  • $129,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2580 Sq Ft
Beautiful Victorian Home! This home has 3 ornate fireplaces, a formal dining room with wet bar, a grand staircase in the formal entry, a back staircase, pocket doors, stained glass windows and gorgeous woodwork! A new energy efficient furnace was just installed this year, and the property was recently treated for termites. This property is eligible under the Freddie Mac First Look Initiative through 3/12/2016.
Contact Information
Sharon Locke, Colonial Realty,
(913) 367-4464

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6 Comments on 1891 Queen Anne – Atchison, KS

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  1. BethanyBethany says: 3496 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Love the kitchen and baths–and how often do we get to say that on OHD? lol

  2. JullesJulles says: 533 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The kitchen cabinets are works of art, truly beautiful.

  3. Lucinda Howard says: 248 comments

    Lovely and a back staircase too.

  4. John Shiflet says: 5471 comments

    Atchison, KS is an old railroad town (Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe) that peaked in the early 1900’s but with the decline of the railroads the town suffered accordingly. This house is on a rise overlooking the town not far from the childhood home of Amelia Earhart. (an 1860’s Italianate perched on the bluff above the Missouri River) The details inside are consistent with a house from the 1890’s with perhaps some updates like the porch in the early 1900’s. The stucco was probably later applied over brick. Atchison is but 50 miles to downtown Kansas City and much less to nearby St. Joseph, MO. Although like St. Joe, Atchison has lost many of its 19th century homes and buildings, those that remain are impressive. Nice house here overall.

  5. The Dreamer says: 2 comments

    I love this house, I have a dream of an old venerable home for old venerable senior citizens that are still well enough to live alone …but they don’t want to. My home for the venerable with great homemade meals and family type activities and sitting around at night together talking about old memories and new plans. I had my Mom til she was nearly 91 and she taught me,even when your growing old…your still growing and you want to be welcome and wanted and useful in any way. I can just see this home all dressed up and me being ,the welcome wagon. Where would we be without dreams

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