1894 Queen Anne – Johnstown, NY (George F. Barber) – $179,000

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Posted July 2017. This home has been archived on OHD. The sold status is unknown. Added to OHD on 7/6/17 - Last OHD Update: 2/14/18 - 12 Comments
406 S Melcher St, Johnstown, NY 12095

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  • $179,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Bath
  • 2720 Sq Ft
This executive family home was built in 1894 and designed by George Franklin Barber, one of America’s most renowned residential design architects of the 19th century. The home boasts original oak and yellow birch floors, original oak woodwork, staircase, and cypress doors. There is an open foyer, formal reception hall with original parquet floors, formal parlor, formal dining room and library. There is a full modern kitchen with a recently updated full bathroom on the first floor. The second floor offers a laundry room, four bedrooms with and two more bathrooms, one brand new and one with some original plumbing fixtures including a claw bathtub and sink.
Last Active Agent
Jack Callery, Jack Callery Real Estate      (518) 762-1884
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12 Comments on 1894 Queen Anne – Johnstown, NY (George F. Barber) – $179,000

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  1. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4645 comments

    This Barber designed house seems to have retained more of its original details; always a plus for old house lovers. Some added colors to bring out the details would really enhance an already impressive house. It’s also slightly lower priced than the Ohio Barber example making this one a sweet deal.

  2. AvatarLindsay G says: 591 comments

    I love that little sitting nook under the stairs!

  3. AvatarPaul M says: 33 comments

    I have noticed that many of these houses have kept their original character in the living, dining and bedrooms. The woodwork, fireplaces, windows, and flooring all seem to have been well preserved, maintained or restored. But then it seems that something goes awry in the kitchens and bathrooms. It happens a lot – I drool over the photos of living rooms, dining room, and bedrooms, and wince at the photos of the kitchens and bathrooms.

  4. AvatarJohn Nevitt says: 78 comments

    I laughed when I got to the kitchen photos since the description in the ad reads: “There is a full modern kitchen”. I was expecting some mundane nightmare from Ikea or Home Depot. What we get instead is a quaint kitchen from the mid-nineties

  5. Chris DiMatteiChris DiMattei says: 261 comments

    I just got back from a road trip through upstate NY and Johnstown was one of my stops. This town is filled with beautiful historic homes, many of which are Victorian. Along with this Barber design, there is another Barber designed home and at least one D.S. Hopkins design. If you can find something to do for work here, this town is a gem and the inventory of historic architecture is spectacular.

  6. JimHJimH says: 4105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Wonderful! I like the brick of the Ohio example but this is true to the original frame design. How all those exterior details have survived 120 hard upstate winters is a bit of a miracle, and the interior is nicely intact as well.

  7. Avatarpeeweebc says: 825 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    Could the house across the street also be Geo Barber ?

  8. LottieLottie says: 405 comments

    I even love the little window in the roof on the first picture.

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