1908 Queen Anne – Uniontown, OH – $159,900

Contingent or Pending Sale
Added to OHD on 9/7/17 - Last OHD Update: 10/13/17 - 13 Comments
3797 Edison St NW, Uniontown, OH 44685
  • $159,900
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 1.5
  • Sqft: 1946
  • Map: Street View
Beautiful inside and out! Among the most well kept historical homes seen. Ready for sale with inspections complete. Wide baseboards, crown molding, front porch swing, private back yard with hot tub, brick patio, pond, and flower garden, vinyl white pick fence. The two story barn serves as a garage with electric, and water. Parking for 5 with additional in shared alleyway. The hand crafted front door welcomes you into the front room where the paneled staircase makes its statement. Gorgeous pocket doors. Hand crafted fireplace covering with a custom ceramic tile accent. Bay window, built in cabinets surrounding the gas fireplace, and plenty of space for the Thanksgiving day feast. Kitchen island, walk in pantry, and a true cook's stove The basement is roomy and so are the closets. New Septic done in 2006, New windows in 2004. Front windows are leaded glass and triple paned for quiet living. Hot water run by gas. New Boiler in 2004. New porch roofs in 2013. Home inspection completed, and noted minor repairs under way. Seller is also providing a home warranty. Historical buyer's dream.
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13 Comments on 1908 Queen Anne – Uniontown, OH – $159,900

  1. Is it just me, or does the first and second picture look like it has fire damage to the roof of the overhang?

  2. The listing’s 1908 date seems spot-on based on the visual evidence. One can see that homes built in the formerly ornate Queen Anne style became increasingly plain and simpler in details as the first decade of the 20th century was ending. Compare this version of the Queen Anne style with one of the flamboyant examples from the 1880’s or early 1890’s. Except for the asymmetrical massing and tower or turret they are completely different in their approach to decor. Nice house overall here but not the one to choose if you want a Queen Anne style house with lavish millwork, multiple stained glass windows, fancy tilework, and inlaid patterned parquet flooring. To find that, you’d have to go back a decade or more earlier. Here’s a millwork catalog from 1908: https://archive.org/details/GeneralCatalogueOfE.l.RobertsCo.WholesaleManufacturersOfDoors so there was still some residual Victoriana available but by then the Victorian era with all of its delicious excesses was decidedly over. Lovely landscaping is seen around this property.

    • Good points, John. I think this one would qualify as a true Transitional design. The clean, simple theme carries over into the interior too. Many folks would look at that mantel and the other woodwork and see Craftsman there, but every bit of it is Colonial, just done without any frilly decoration.

  3. The yard belongs to someone who loves to work in it and had good landscaping vision. It’s currently all perennials but I can see the spaces where annuals would have gone if the house wasn’t for sale. I’d be one very sad puppy if I had worked that hard to make this beautiful outside space and was now leaving. Great job from the agent to show it as a plus.

  4. Beautiful home. Love that big front porch. Kitchen is a small. Wonder if there is room to expand it?

  5. Not far from my hometown of Hudson, this house has potential and the garden area and red barn are adorable!


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