c. 1880 Queen Anne – Clyde, OH

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203 W Buckeye St, Clyde, OH 43410

  • $69,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3002 Sq Ft
STEP BACK INTO TIME WHEN TOURING THIS HISTORICAL VICTORIAN HOME ON A CORNER CITY LOT IN CLYDE! Located Close to Clyde Public Library, Post Office and Downtown. This Home is looking for a New Owner to appreciate it's Natural Woodwork, Original Hardwood Floors, Beautiful Fireplaces, Balcony and the History of when our late President William F. McKinley Visited and Spoke. Some Improvements include Replacement Windows 2005 & Boiler and HWH 2008 and Newer Garage Doors. Converting to a Duplex is a possibility with City of Clyde Zoning Approval. Property is Being Sold AS IS which will eliminate certain types of Financing Options other than Cash or Conventional Offers.
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Monica Camarata, Bolte Real Estate
(419) 547-3800
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7 Comments on c. 1880 Queen Anne – Clyde, OH

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  1. John Shiflet says: 5450 comments

    Looks like it needs a little sprucing up but it retains most of its period details. (but noted the windows have been replaced) It also appears to have an affiliation with our 25th president (Wm. McKinley) so if this is your next home, you can have a nice conversation starter. The Queen Anne style house seems reasonably priced for what is offered. If it were mine, I’d want to take it back in appearance to 1897 when a president spoke from the balcony porch.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3512 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Looks like the outside needs some siding help but the inside–wow! Gorgeous!

  3. Ed Ferris says: 299 comments

    Good woodwork inside, but there should be twice as many balusters in the porch railings. The porch posts seem to be hexagonal in section, which I’ve never seen before, and the top blocks are different thicknesses and a little off-center. My guess is the original porch was rebuilt on the cheap. I know it’s hard to pony up for 255 balusters, but if you don’t have two thousand dollars to spend you shouldn’t be messing with this kind of house.

  4. Priscillai says: 30 comments

    At first I thought there was a built in mirror but now see it’s a pass through to the kitchen. Wish I could see more of that and a bathroom or two as well.

  5. Diane Eve says: 21 comments

    It’s a bit strange that the kitchen or baths aren’t shown (aside from that glimpse of the kitchen through the pass-through). I was confused by that picture till I saw your comment, Priscilla. 🙂

  6. norma says: 5 comments

    I would love to see its transformation. The kitchen and baths would have been a nice addition to the listing.

  7. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11932 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Dropped to $69,900!

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