1876 Italianate – Alexandria, MN

Added to OHD on 4/26/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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415 7th Ave E, Alexandria, MN 56308

  • $137,500
  • 6 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 5263 Sq Ft
  • 0.34 Ac.
This unique 3 unit multifamily home could be either multi or back to single family. 8 Bedroom above grade and 2 in basement of unit 1. Character abounds in this Italianate Victorian building which is one of a kind in this area. Unit one features 4 Bedrooms and 2 BR's in LL w/egress. Unit 2 is a smaller studio type unit with an attached garage. Unit 3 has 3 bedrooms. Hardwood floors, claw tubs and so much more make this a great opportunity for someone who wants some of the past in their home today. 3 Car detached garage as well. Nice yard with patio areas. Home is being sold in ''as is'' condition and seller makes no warranties or representations about the property.
Contact Information
Bridget Schmidt, Tree House Realty,
(320) 304-5114

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6 Comments on 1876 Italianate – Alexandria, MN

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  1. Bethany says: 3480 comments

    Oh how lovely! When I read that it had been rented as three units in the past I expected the worst of the interior. Of course this small set of photos doesn’t nearly cover the over 5,000 square feet so who knows about the rest. But the part they showed is great.

  2. John Shiflet says: 5363 comments

    No ambiguity about styles here: textbook Italianate. Wish they had shown the entry and staircase because the most architectural “drama” is usually found there.

    • jeklstudio says: 1139 comments

      Mr. Shiflet, what is your take on the angled out place between two windows in the photo taken of the rear of the house, where the ‘garage’ is? It’s the near porch in that shot. It’s curiously slanted. Just wondering…

      • John Shiflet says: 5363 comments

        Saw that…not sure what it going on there and the photo was taken too far away to make out many details. In looking at the nearest angled area it looks like a crack is visible in the stucco where it starts to angle out. Prospective buyers should check out the property carefully as they would any old house over a century old. The section with the garage below and sun room (with newer windows) above may be an addition but its rare that someone would replicate the corbels and trim to match the historic profiles on the rest of the house. Assuming such replication took place, the odd angled areas at the ground level might be connected to that more recent addition.

  3. KarenZKarenZ says: 1220 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I really love Italianate design and this is a beauty! The wallpaper that they used in the kitchen is my favorite and if anyone knows the name,the manufacturer and where I can buy it, I would really appreciate the information! Thanks!

  4. says: 6 comments

    Why would people install padlocks on bathroom doors?….

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