1894 Queen Anne – Henrietta, TX

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413 S Archer St, Henrietta, TX 76365

  • $29,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2134 Sq Ft
Lots of potential in this historic home. 3 bedrooms with tons of charm and architectural details. Has a 2 car detached garage with an apartment above it and sits on a corner lot. Needs someone to come in and finish this 100 year old charmer.
Contact Information
Scott Williams, Hirschi Realtors,
(940) 692-8120

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9 Comments on 1894 Queen Anne – Henrietta, TX

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  1. jewlsseven says: 77 comments

    Take stock in some paint stripper!!

    • natira121natira121 says: 692 comments
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      1877 Vernacular
      Columbia River Gorge, WA

      That is too funny!!!!! The whole time I was looking at the pics, I’m thinking “I’m gonna buy stock in paint stripper!” Seriously.

  2. Joe says: 748 comments

    At least they put the vinyl siding around the exterior detailing instead of knocking it off.

  3. HollyLiz says: 46 comments

    Love those doorknobs and agree about the paint stripper!

  4. hearsetrax says: 233 comments

    curious little place & I’m sure its going to take a mini tanker’s worth of paint stripper to get the job done right

    but that garage needs a visit by a wrecking ball and started over

  5. Julles says: 517 comments

    Kelly, please, what are the double doors over the double doors in slide 8? Is it to open a breeze way like a transom? I haven’t seen that before. Thanks!

  6. Shelly B says: 3 comments

    I live within driving distance and went out to see it when I saw it on Zillow. I’ve never fallen in and out of love with a house so fast before. It’s in worse shape then the pictures show, unfortunately. I, too was curious about the double doors over the double doors, but we were window-peeping (trespassing) and the room they’re in has the windows boarded up. The vinyl siding is laid over asbestos siding, the skirting all around the home is falling over where it exists at all. The gas and electric meters have been pulled, which in our area means it’s sat empty for a LONG time. The lot is super tiny. There’s not even a driveway to park in. The realtor describes it as Queen Anne style, but it’s really not. The stairs to the rear apartment looked pretty ramshackle, but my curiousity is bigger than my common sense so I went up to investigate. Very odd layout, and totally in need of renovation, but lots of natural sunlight. The rooms in the house itself are teeny, but it’s in a quiet, albeit rundown, neighorhood. While my husband, I, and my grankids were poking around some local kids approached us to try to sell us a kitten. The town’s a twenty minute drive from anything, but it’s the prettiest little town in the area. I don’t know that I could live there because of its total lack of racial diversity. That’s a downer for me. But it’s a sweet little house, and it still intrigues me even with all its faults.

  7. christy says: 1 comments

    the double doors above double doors are a closet with a seperate storage space above it


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