Queen Anne – Tarkio, MO

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Added to OHD on 10/25/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
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907 Main St, Tarkio, MO 64491

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  • $65,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2689 Sq Ft
  • 0.29 Ac.
Historic in Tarkio, MO -your new beginning! 4+bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, living, dining, eat-off kitchen w built-ins, lg closets , extraordinary front entry, hard wood floors & woodwork, stained glass, leaded glass & magnificent french doors. Spacious rooms! Vintage wall paper is in beautiful condition - custom features throughout. Yes! a 2+car detached garage and double lot with an established landscape. Enclosed back & covd front porch, Your J.J. Palmtag, Inc agent will help you find financing.
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J.J. Palmtag, Inc.
(402) 873-3344
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12 Comments on Queen Anne – Tarkio, MO

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12143 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks prettypaddle for sharing!

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

    Oh my goodness, what a great house! It seems to have neat features from so many eras. Besides the obvious Victorian yumminess there’s built-in 60’s looking stereo equipment, a fabulous 50’s kitchen, an art deco light fixture, 70’s bathroom, plus funky wallpaper, transom windows, and great built-ins!

  3. Connie says: 21 comments

    Oh, SO worth it! New kitchen and baths and you have a magnificent home. So many original UNPAINTED features.

  4. Michael Mackin says: 2853 comments

    I wasn’t expecting the art deco light. Pretty cool though! I love the details on some of the doors.

  5. BSR says: 4 comments

    Lived just a couple blocks from there at 801 Chestnut as a kid from age 1-5. My parents worked at Tarkio College, which is sadly no more. The town has some beautiful old homes, but not much in the way of employment or economy.

  6. Windsong says: 12 comments

    What a beautiful home. All the unpainted wood is fantastic! A re-do of the bathroom and kitchen is in order, but, with the great price, you’d be able to afford the work. The yard needs work, but, this place has good bones and is very attractive to me.

  7. Ms. Anthrope says: 21 comments

    I think we are moving to Tarkio! This house is the cat’s p.j.’s! Simply gorgeous! And the price?!?!! Wow!

  8. LoriS says: 58 comments

    I LOVE this house!!!

  9. MazamaGrammy says: 344 comments

    Beautiful home and fantastic price. A few inexpensive changes in carpet, kitchen and bath would make this house sparkle.

  10. RosewaterRosewater says: 7149 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Well, whoever built this house, (and probably lived here through at least the 20’s), certainly did appoint the place with some very nice, quality architectural features, decorative elements, and built-ins. The listing says this house was built in 1920. That is not the case; however there were some significant changes at that time. Judging by the style and original interior elements, this house was built + or – 1890. The front porch; some of the elements in the front hall; the GORGEOUS Neoclassical arch and door to the front parlor; as well as the SUPER elegant mantle, were all added in the early 20’s. The house likely had it’s kitchen and systems updated, (as many did), at that time as well; cue the Deco fixture. The late 60’s, blond wood kitchen is CHOICE: and just think how fun it would be to listen to Beatles 45’s on that super groovy, mid 50’s mono tube, built in sound system. Rad! 🙂 All for $70-ishK! Lucky buyer!

  11. John Shiflet says: 5428 comments

    Jeff, I agree about the construction date being off. The Colonial Revival stylistic details combined with late Queen Anne features like the patterned shingles, chamfered corners and asymmetrical massing, indicate an early 1900’s origin. I believe I have a few matching pieces of brass door hardware and if my memory serves me correctly, on the back of the door plate is stamped patented in 1900. My best guess would put this house in the 1905 range plus or minus a few years. Sure the house needs some updates but thank Heavens there’s not a lot of someone else’s remodeling waiting for the next owner to undo. As you noted, there’s plenty of original and slightly later details to work with to make this house special again. Great price as well although my experiences in Missouri (St. Joseph) agree with BSR’s comments.

  12. Darla says: 88 comments

    oh, man……..did I REALLY need to find another favorite?

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