1915 – Prairie Du Sac, WI

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Added to OHD on 10/6/17   -   Last OHD Update: 11/3/19   -   15 Comments

385 Washington St, Prairie Du Sac, WI 53578

  • $199,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2430 Sq Ft
Walk to all the downtown Prairie du Sac amenities, including the new trail from this great home. Nestled on a large corner lot you will find beautiful leaded glass windows, original woodwork and pocket doors. Formal living room also features a wood burning fireplace, large wall mirror, air-lock entry. Dining area ceiling has a beautiful wood beams. Kitchen, family room, full bath and office complete the main floor while the upper level hosts 4 bedrooms, half bath, plus a large storage closet. Relax on the open front porch or back patio. Raspberry patch!
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Tammy Young, First Weber Group,
(608) 643-8511

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15 Comments on 1915 – Prairie Du Sac, WI

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11465 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks AnnaP for sharing!

    Build date is just a guesstimate. Also, “c.” means circa, meaning general year not specific to that date.

  2. Cathy F. says: 2113 comments

    Love the roofing, fp hearth & kitchen’s patterned tiled floor, and the wainscoating in the DR! Plus looks to be easy walking distance to lots of services & amenites.

  3. JimHJimH says: 4749 comments
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    This a fine little bungalow that combines Craftsman and Colonial Revival elements. I think I’d want to paint it in an earthtone that complements the green roof. Needs some period backdating in the kitchen to match the very nice tile floor.
    On the state register as the 1915 Kindschi House. Christian I. Kindschi (1861-1938) was the son of Swiss immigrants who worked as a salesman and later was vice-president at the bank. He married twice and had a daughter Alta Tarnutzer.

  4. mschris32 says: 91 comments

    Two things to love about this house: that awesome roof and the tile floor in the kitchen. Does anyone know if metal roofing like that is still available? I’ve never seen it around here in Georgia.

    • Kathaleen Cosenza says: 3 comments

      The roof looks to me like Spanish style brick. We see it a lot here in Southern California. It is very solid and meant to not needing replacement, ever.

      • JJ says: 99 comments

        We have this on our condo complex and its referred to as Spanish tile (tomato/tomahto), but it’s really a terra cotta or brick-like texture. You are absolutely right that it does last forever! Aside from replacing tiles here and there, our roofs are 30 years old and holding strong. I love the look and it goes well with many different architectural styles,not just Spanish Eclectic.

    • Jane says: 19 comments

      My thoughts are that is a tile roof. There are quite a few homes in Ludowici, GA that have clay tile roofs. It’s called Ludowici tile and was manufactured in Ludowici about 100 years ago.

      • Mschris32 says: 91 comments

        Thanks for the info, Jane. I’ve heard of Ludowici (once a notorious speed trap town!) but not of Ludowici tile. I really like the look.

  5. Kathaleen Cosenza says: 3 comments

    This is the perfect bungalow home. Love the higher up areas for additional bedrooms with a view. The thing I couldn’t help but notice was the kitchen floor, and the foundation the home sits on! That house was expected to last for many years. Just beautiful and timely!

  6. norma says: 5 comments

    This house is glorious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! New-builds can only hope to achieve such beauty!!

  7. Marie says: 226 comments

    Landscaping needs a little work, but oh that kitchen floor! Nice unpainted woodwork. Kitchen needs a layout redo. Wish I could live in snow. ☹️

  8. Debbie L says: 7 comments

    A very nice community with an easy drive to Madison, WI. I could see myself living there. Nice and neat on a a corner lot and off the main highway.

  9. J Kay says: 1 comments

    I have always loved this home. In the early 70s a friend of mine lived here. So happy to see that many of the original charm is still there. The kitchen tile, abundant woodwork and as child we loved the mirror in the living room. There was brick in the fireplace we could hide notes behind, wonder if any of our notes are still behind that loose brick. Great to see that this old beauty has been loved all these years!

  10. Colleen J says: 1224 comments

    Sweet house and I love the church next door across the street. So quaint!

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