1886 Queen Anne – Randallstown, MD

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10517 Liberty Rd, Randallstown, MD 21133

  • $194,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2659 Sq Ft
  • 1.98 Ac.
Nostalgic charm! High ceilings, interior vintage style transom windows, trim & moldings! Classic stairway detailed railing! DR w/FP, marble mantel & surround! 2nd FP w/detailed wood mantel & built-ins around it in parlor! Wd flrs, lrg bdrms! Carriage house/garage/barn, workshop/shed! Beautiful 1.98ac lot! Lots of potential! Cash, 203K or Conventional loan only. AS-IS sale. 1-yr. HMS Warranty incl.
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Shari Hodges, RE/MAX
(410) 730-6100

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8 Comments on 1886 Queen Anne – Randallstown, MD

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  1. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1067 comments
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    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Another elderly person’s house, makes me so sad to see these, but this is a beauty in my eyes, I hope someone will take very good care of her.

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  2. Meg Hill-Grigson says: 4 comments

    Gorgeous possibilities! I’m really surprised at the price for a house in that area and on 2 acres! What’s nice about it is that even though the address is on Liberty Rd (REALLY big and busy) it’s apparently actually set back in a cul-de-sac and much nicer and more peaceful than you would expect in that area. There is a similar property being sold as a complete rehab for offices very close to this and not in as nearly a good shape or location that is going for around $450,000. The family must want to unload this quickly! The many new developments around here have townhouses selling that start in the upper $200,000’s so this is an amazing bargain!

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  3. SueSue says: 1111 comments
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    1802 Cape
    ME

    I am smitten with this old girl. How elegant she is. The carriage house/barn is beautiful as well. What a fun property to fix up.

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  4. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    “As-is” . . . my two favorite words to see in a listing! I love this house and the property’s really nice. Odd to see interior photos taken after dark though.

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  5. John Shiflet says: 5436 comments

    The house looks to be a bit austere inside but then most houses featured here are usually shown furnished or staged. The arched Italianate marble mantel seen under a room divider is something of a mystery. It could predate the Queen Anne phase seen in the house by as much as a couple of decades. But the rest of the details, especially those seen on the exterior, are fairly consistent with the Queen Anne style. More research might reveal this house started out in the mid-19th century as an Italiante or vernacular type house and later was remodeled into the Queen Anne style. It wasn’t uncommon for older homes, especially those in rural or semi-rural locations, to undergo periodic updates and changes to keep them looking stylish. Now sited on a generous nearly 2 acre lot, the house retains the old carriage house behind it. As others have noted, the house seems to have potential although again for a house in the often ornate Queen Anne style, the interior is somewhat minimalist for that style.

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  6. Mark Cannaday says: 7 comments

    That odd beam with arched ends in the living room, just doesn’t jive. You can’t have a load bearing beam situated over a fireplace….no place for the load to be transferred down..hummm.
    Yes very austere interior, but that can be changed!

    Mark

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  7. abevy says: 307 comments

    Nice old home could be made warm and comfortable. Love the kitchen all but electric stove. Hope this can be saved. Like the exterior grounds.

  8. Wm mann says: 27 comments

    Actually Mark,the masonry could support the load. Earlier post and beam homes typically employed center chimneys as structural supports for second floor framing. It’s an odd detail nonetheless.

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