1903 Queen Anne – Sacramento, CA

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1215 24th St, Sacramento, CA 95816

  • $595,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 1828 Sq Ft
Eyecatching Victorian in prime Midtown location. Extensively remodeled/upgraded. Staircase, mouldings, woodwork and floors, antique lighting fixtures and door hardware remarkable. 1828 sqft, 3-4 Beds, 1.5 ba. Large kitchen w/ butler's pantry & breakfast rm. 1 bed on main floor. Back yard brick patio. Off street parking with auto gate opener. House was raised and set down on new pad & foundation & structurally renovated in 80s. Full concrete basement with 8' ceiling height. Wiring and plumbing updated.
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James Walker, Cook Realty
(916) 607-0519

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13 Comments on 1903 Queen Anne – Sacramento, CA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11892 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Oops. Was about to post it when I saw it was pending, sharing anyway. 🙂

    • Cathy says: 2240 comments

      That’s okay. Someone with good taste snapped it up. ? The first time I looked at the pics of this house, I was concentrating on the wagon wheel staircase. This time I was more noticing of the landing’s beautiful window, the DR’s wallpaper – which I really like, the transoms, the curved walls & window, the coved ceilings, etc. The only 2 things I think I would change are the stained glass transom in the kitchen – it looks too new & out of sync to me, and the B&W tiled shower – almost enough to give me an ocular migraine!

  2. Michael Mackin says: 2395 comments

    I love the interior woodwork………and not painted white!

  3. John Shiflet says: 5363 comments

    Still puzzled over the wagon wheel balustrade but then the built in buffet/china cabinet (maybe a secretary as well?) is quite unusual. I wouldn’t be surprised to learn this had originally been an architect’s home or at least one where an architect was closely involved with the design. Not surprised it is pending either, it is part of the active California real estate market although Sacramento is not as active as the SF Bay area or greater Los Angeles. In San Francisco, this house would have another 2 million added to the price so by that comparison, its a bargain house. I love the entry door, porch, and stained glass.

    • I agree John. I live in Los Angeles, and if you can find a Victorian the prices are wickedly expensive. In the Pasadena a grand Victorian can go for 10 millon. This cute one was at least in my price range. Maybe I will have to move up North in the future. Los Angeles has become so un-affordable.

  4. dkzody says: 265 comments

    Again, a house that sits across the street from a church. I love it. The neighborhood looks to be quite a mixed bag, should make for interesting neighbors.

  5. Jennifer HT says: 785 comments

    Oh my! SOOOOOO many details to love! The wood work, the glass, the lighting, oh my! This is right up my alley!

  6. Rozaroni says: 21 comments

    I am both breathless and speechless

  7. Oh my! Such lovely woodwork and details. I love this. Finally there was a home in California that was affordable and I miss out. One of these days I will get my Victorian. Neighborhood looks interesting. Love the Church across the street

  8. Lindsay G says: 578 comments

    That shower looks like the type the Mad Hatter might use! Lol. And I must say, I love the wagon wheel railing on the stairs! Quite original.

  9. Jeklstudio says: 1139 comments

    The stained glass window on the stairway is breathtaking. Curved walls, woodwork all stunning. Wish there were more photos/details about the built in ..buffet?….it’s so intriguing. Don’t care much for all the wall paper but this is overall a real beauty. If it were in Portland or Salem OR you could easily add one million to the price.

  10. Pamela Ky girl says: 49 comments

    How awesome so many nice features too.

  11. AudreyAudrey says: 107 comments

    This is the same basic floor plan as my house, which is an hour north of Sacramento. I follow real estate and so far in Northern California have seen (and saved on my computer to catalog) around a dozen of this same basic floor plan for sale. Vallejo, Woodland, Oroville, Chico, and San Francisco (where one was on an episode of Hunting Vintage). I’m sure tons more abound. I’m not sure if it was just a popular plan, or if a builder traveled and built a lot, or what. I would love to figure it out if anyone knows!

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