c. 1895 Queen Anne – Pittsburg, KS

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Added to OHD on 8/11/16   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   17 Comments
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401 W Jefferson St, Pittsburg, KS 66762

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  • $250,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3800 Sq Ft
  • 0.8 Ac.
Magnificent historic Victorian home on beautifully maintained grounds. Original hardwood flooring, gorgeous staircase and unique, charming features throughout. The third floor is an open loft, originally the ballroom. This space could be used for extra bedrooms, living space, playroom or anything desired.Full basement has a plethora of storage and workshop space. A step back in time and luxury.
Contact Information
Barbara Koch, Pro X Realty
(620) 249-5767
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17 Comments on c. 1895 Queen Anne – Pittsburg, KS

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  1. JimHJimH says: 4936 comments
    OHD Supporter

    From http://www.pittsburgksmemories.com
    401 W. Jefferson – C. A. Miller Home
    Built by Constantine A. Miller, local real estate developer and partner in the founding of Pittsburg. His real estate firm sold and developed most of southwest Pittsburg. Miller lived in the house until his death in 1938 and his widow remained there until her death in 1956.
    Photo from “Pittsburg Kansas Yearbook,” pub. 1909:
    http://www.pittsburgksmemories.com/Pittsburg_Residential/imagesresidential/picresidentialnew401wjefferson1909.jpg

  2. Jennifer HT says: 785 comments

    Another great find! I love the side view with the double turrets. The bathrooms are awesome.

  3. Scully1963 says: 51 comments

    This house is literally two blocks up the street from me. It’s a great neighborhood with nice old homes of various vintages. Pittsburg itself isn’t a bad place. It has a university and a couple of venues that bring in some good programs throughout the year. There are a lot of activities throughout the year as well as a yearly festival, Little Balkins Days, during Labor Day Weekend.

  4. Cora says: 2057 comments

    I lived in Pittsburg for a couple of years – my husband taught at Pitt State. It’s a nice town that really supports the university. Great places to eat, too. Especially if you like fried chicken!

  5. John Shiflet says: 5363 comments

    Pittsburg, (not to be confused with Pittsburgh, PA) to the south of Fort Scott on Hwy 69, is a nice college town. I always wanted to stop and peruse the old/used books store in town but on a subsequent visit I couldn’t find it again. I believe some or all of the band members of the 70’s rock band Kansas were from Pittsburg. Interesting late Queen Anne style house here. (with the double turrets others have noted)

    • Diane says: 557 comments

      Jim, what other site could we find architectural information AND 70s rock band roots. It’s like having a fun family get together.

      • JimHJimH says: 4936 comments
        OHD Supporter

        Diane, I’m not a big fan of Kansas (the band), but I’m becoming a bigger fan of Kansas (the state) looking at great old places like this one. Having a university nearby is always a huge benefit too. Thanks John for the rock history tidbit.

  6. Eric says: 368 comments

    The green tile in the bathroom is great.

  7. Cody H says: 135 comments

    That side elevation shot is to DIE FOR. I would probably spend like 99.9999999% of my time out there on that balcony with a glass of lemonade. What a house!

  8. Pamela Siemsen says: 49 comments

    This is near the top of my list of favorites. All brick & awesome inside too. I agree I could be out on that balcony!!!!!

  9. KarenZKarenZ says: 1220 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I agree on that side view of the house! I immediately went back to check the square footage when I saw it. I love all of the bathrooms, especially the 1/2 bath in the turret! That finished attic space has me thinking of all of the great possibilities there. This one is definitely one of my favorites!

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  10. Sandy says: 18 comments

    So in love! Every tile accessory ever made is in that green bath- even the sconces! Love this one!!!!

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  11. says: 29 comments

    Gorgeous house. Would love to see a picture of the grand staircase!

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  12. Michael Mackin says: 2390 comments

    Another Kansas beauty! I’d love to see more pictures.

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  13. Lottie says: 384 comments

    The side view is beautiful! I would spend all my time out on that porch! I’ve been looking at old houses for a over 40 years and I’ve not seen this with the double turrets! Beautiful!

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  14. Kansas-Kate says: 4 comments

    The Heffernans were family friends, and as a child I was in this house many times. It has several wonderful details. If you live nearby, don’t miss the open house Saturday, Oct.15, 5:00-8:00 pm.

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    • Kansas-Kate says: 4 comments

      BTW, the band ‘Kansas’ was not from Pittsburg. The musicians were from Coffeyville, Lawrence, St Louis.
      But Pittsburg is a great little college town anyway, with lots of interesting history.

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