1896 Queen Anne – Moline, IL (George F. Barber)

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3319 Park 16th St, Moline, IL 61265

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  • $173,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2950 Sq Ft
Home is on 3 lots. Original woodwork and hardwood floors throughout. Hardwood floors under carpet in upstairs bedrooms. Designed by George Franklin Barber. Stained, leaded windows, wrap-around porch, Pullman ceilings, pocket doors, transom windows. Exterior painted in 7 color schemes. Pantry is 10x6, cooking area is 8x8. Roof 1991 - front roof & valley 2014. Furnace and C/A 2013.
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Ruth Klouda, Mel Foster Co
(309) 277-7509
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17 Comments on 1896 Queen Anne – Moline, IL (George F. Barber)

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Here’s hoping interior photos will surface or maybe the agent will add them later. 🙂

  2. John Shiflet says: 5426 comments

    This was a very popular design which appeared in several of Barber’s plan books. (under different house design numbers but essentially the same plan) I think an art glass window is missing from the side but like everyone else, I would like to see some interior photos.

  3. mschris32 says: 100 comments

    My man-crush on George F. Barber has only been intensified by the addition of the checkerboard fireplace. The Google bus tour reveals a nice old neighborhood, and even though there is no McDonald’s across the street, I could get my fries somewhere else. LOVE! I don’t even care that the “cooking area” is 8 x 8′, which shows how much I love the culinary arts. I do think the next paint job would add some color to the exterior, and I will wait patiently at the keyboard for some interior pictures. Please, madam real estate agent, please!

  4. Paul W says: 466 comments

    Realtors often think that “all sales are local” and figure all they need do is put a sign out, maybe advertise in the local paper and as a result figure you can see the inside when you make your appointment. “What is this new fangled internet stuff anyway? I been selling real estate for 40 years”

    I am ‘re-educating’ local realtors in our small town about the value of regional and national marketing and why one or two exterior shots wont due in todays world if you want to sell.

    I too long for some interior ones of this one.

  5. Bob says: 9 comments

    I live in Moline and this house has always intrigued me! It is in a great location very close to a wonderful park. I hope some interior pictures come up soon!

  6. Matt Thompson says: 1 comments

    I live 5 blocks from this house. That was a big surprise when I was looking through the weekly e-mail!

  7. Christopher DiMattei says: 268 comments

    Matt or Bob, your mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to pretend to be a buyer and photograph the interior. Grab you camera and play the part of a skeptical but interested buyer, and see the home. Grab any shots you can and send them to Kelly. If you go for it, concentrate on the character elements, like the staircase, fireplaces, special windows, woodwork, etc. This email will self destruct in 15 seconds.

  8. The Dreamer says: 2 comments

    Another venerable old home for my dream of a lovely loving home for venerable senior citizens that live alone,but don’t want to,and close to a park.Perfect. You gotta have a dream.

  9. Jayme says: 4 comments

    I sooooo want to see pictures of the inside of this house! It is the same George F Barber design as my house!

  10. Ruth Klouda says: 1 comments

    I just added interior pictures to the MLS. Hopefully they will be picked up by the other internet sites. I had to take down most of my exterior pics to get the others on. Hopefully ,this site can hang on to both sets. I’m hoping for a buyer that will love this house and preserve it like the current owner.

  11. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12125 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thank you Ruth! Interior photos have been added to the post. 🙂

  12. John Shiflet says: 5426 comments

    Thanks for sharing. The upper window in the dining room appears to be missing its original art glass window but everything else seems to be intact. Nice house overall.

  13. LouB says: 77 comments

    This one is gorgeous! I was suspicious when there weren’t any interior photos but now I’m knocked out by the woodwork and the lack of major changes.
    This would be a breeze the bring back, since so little really needs to be done.
    But first, the pink walls gotta go!

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