c. 1880 – Hackettstown, NJ

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214 High St, Hackettstown, NJ 07840

  • $169,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2298 Sq Ft
Victorian Era Queen Anne Style Residence...Built in 1880...Restore this Home back to the Romantic Splendor of the Victorian Era...Solid Chestnut Wood Doors with Original Brass Hardware... Period Fireplace with Decorative Natural Wood Mantle and Wood Trim...9 Foot Tall Ceilings...Original Natural Chestnut Decorative Moldings...Oak Floors...Original Double Porcelain Kitchen Sink...3 Story Chestnut Spindle Staircase Leading to the 2nd and 3rd Floors...Wraparound Front Porch...Master Bedroom Suite/Leisure Room Combination...Much More...Needs Updating; however, priced accordingly...GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
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Jeffery Fiedler, Fiedler Real Estate,
(908) 852-2586

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5 Comments on c. 1880 – Hackettstown, NJ

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  1. Karen the bookworm says: 19 comments

    Updating??? This is beautiful as is. Love that kitchen sink.

  2. Brendan says: 83 comments

    What a great house but I would feel compelled to restore the open front porch…and I’m not sure I could face that front hall wallpaper on a daily basis!

  3. John Shiflet says: 5630 comments

    I’ve seen that distinctive gable brace design in an A.J. Bicknell catalog (Bicknell was a Victorian era publisher of architectural catalogs with designs collected from various architects.) I could not find a (free) online accessible Bicknell catalog but in my search, I did find a heretofore unknown to me collection from the Getty Research Institute shared on the Internet Archive website (free read and download) https://archive.org/details/getty?and%5B%5D=subject%3A%22Architecture%2C+Domestic%22&sort=&page=1 There’s some rather obscure planbooks in this collection as well as American, British, and European architectural design books going back several centuries. I’ll have some good reading material to search through in this large collection of books. This house may need some TLC but many nice original details remain.

  4. Jen says: 13 comments

    Hackettstown is the next town over from mine. It’s full of beautiful Victorians that need some TLC.


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