c. 1890 Queen Anne – Butler, MO

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Added to OHD on 6/8/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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503 W Pine St, Butler, MO 64730

  • $130,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1534 Sq Ft
NEW Year NEW PRICE>Handcrafted Excellence shines in this Victorian Beauty. Original Victorian trim w/ Awesome detailing. A must see !!!. Stunning stairway & Extraordinary Front Door, Lg Living rm w/ ornate fireplace, bookshelves & a bay window. Family rm w/ 2 sets of custom bookshelves & French dr to shady deck. Updated Kitchen w/ range & dishwasher. Alcove off the Kitchen w/ amazing built in's for storage. 2 stairways. Master Bdrm w/ attached sitting rm. PLUS 3 more Bdrms, full stairs to attic. 2 Porches
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Gloria Appleberry, Glory Realty,

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12 Comments on c. 1890 Queen Anne – Butler, MO

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12405 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks to Shawn Cripe for sharing!

  2. LindaK says: 116 comments

    Apart from the carpet & the kitchen……….I’m in LOVE & the price is right.

  3. terrielynne says: 2 comments

    Exquisite! I love, love, love all of the beautiful detail in the woodwork. All of the carpet would have to go of course, but it is beautiful.

  4. BethanyBethany says: 3492 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    What a dreamy Queen Anne, just the type I have always dreamed of living in! I could even tolerate the 80’s kitchen for a while.

  5. Kristl says: 31 comments

    I LOVE that all the woodwork is unpainted and the original front door is intact! This house has been loved over the years, and it shows.

    • Tabitha_catt says: 46 comments

      Ditto! All that floor-to-ceiling woodwork is a dream! I bet gorgeous floors are hiding under that carpet. Only major renovation is kitchen.

  6. Ross says: 2427 comments

    It would not take much to make this home a show place!

  7. Nathan Davis says: 50 comments

    Square footage seems off… by at least a couple thousand.

  8. John Shiflet says: 5637 comments

    I’m very happy to see this one added to the blog postings-thanks Shawn. (I commented on this previously) Phenomenal Victorian house with a phenomenally low price tag. Makes me wonder if I could live in Missouri again; not many homes of this quality at a low price are available in the Show Me state. (those few that are usually need a ton of work) Those fancy carved corner blocks above the doorways and windows were quite expensive compared to plain bullseye blocks in millwork catalogs of the period. I’m puzzled why the exterior door, known as a “Washington” model in catalogs, is turned towards the inside but the carvings and moldings are well preserved and they might be weathered if exposed to the elements. Here’s a weathered, paint covered “Washington” model door on an c. 1890-1895 house (Barber design) in Honey Grove, TX: https://www.flickr.com/photos/11236515@N05/8446086666/sizes/k/ The Washington model must have been a very popular choice for entry doors in the 1890’s.

  9. Lottie says: 345 comments

    The details are what make this house such a treasure! Beautiful woodwork and windows and stairs and fireplace mantels and …and …:-) The house looks very comfortable. I even have the very same blue wallpaper in my dining room now. That kitchen is great! And the den and deck are pretty nice too! This is just a beautiful house and according to street view in a sweet neighborhood. American dream. Love it!

  10. says: 91 comments

    Wow! Just, wow!

  11. Doreen Dye says: 1 comments

    I am in love with this beautiful home. I could do so much with this.


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