1904 Colonial Revival – Marshfield, WI

Added to OHD on 12/1/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   11 Comments
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208 S Cherry Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449

  • $199,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 3268 Sq Ft
  • 0.32 Ac.
WALKING IN THE DOOR...is just like opening a chapter in a history book. The Laird family home in Marshfield has just hit the market & consists of 4+BRs, 3.5BAs and large spacious rooms with wood-burning fireplaces in the parlor/LR, DR and BR. Dripping in handcrafted wide woodwork, wood floors, coffered ceiling in the foyer, period light fixtures and more, this is a perfect family home sitting on a well-landscaped double lot with a large detached garage, concrete drive plus freshly painted exterior and newly shingled roof both in 2017. Bedrooms are on the second and third floors with ample closets and baths plus there is a large bonus room on the third floor w/cedar closet. From the charm of the front porch to the character of the air-lock entry w/bench and full mirror, what are you waiting for...talk to your lender for your pre-approval letter and then schedule your appointment today before it's too late. (Historical easement on property)
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Sharon Helwig, RE/MAX,
(715) 384-4423

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11 Comments on 1904 Colonial Revival – Marshfield, WI

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  1. dkzody says: 254 comments

    All that wood trim! I would need staff to keep it polished as I have enough trouble caring for the small amount of wood in my 1970s house.

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  2. Linda R says: 218 comments

    If it were not in WI I would buy it today, and be in by Cmas! love it all.

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  3. Michael Mackin says: 2530 comments

    Such a beautiful house. Obviously the house has been well cared for and loved. I love every part. Nice to include pictures of the cellar and the attic as well.

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  4. KarenZ says: 1194 comments

    How much would it cost to move this to Pennsylvania?!!!i absolutely love this house, but don’t want to move from where I live! This is gorgeous!

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  5. Kristine Casper says: 15 comments

    I too love everything about this house. Still has a lot of charm. For me it’s the price. Live on a meager income.

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  6. Sandy B says: 757 comments

    What a walk through frozen time…. furnishings are perfect for the era….evocative gorgeous home! Even though not my style (early colonial/federal), I truly appreciate the beauty in the level of craftsmanship. The price is unbelievable compared to West Coast prices where I am….!

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  7. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1112 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Oh what a lovely place. Comfy, solid and great curb appeal. The kitchen could use a lick of color, but at least it’s not been soiled by granite! Oh, yes, I could really love living here. 🙂

  8. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1068 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    what kind of wood on the main stair steps? butternut or walnut?? This is a comfy wonderful old gal!

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    • Sandy B says: 757 comments

      To me…..and photos are always difficult…..the flame pattern of the risers look like cherry. Butternut has a different grain pattern usually and walnut would be darker than this appears to be. Maybe someone knows if cherry is indigenous in this part of the country?

  9. Patrick says: 30 comments

    I would guess that this is the home of Melvin Laird, the former long time Congressman and Defense Secretary of the Nixon era. If you like big city living, it would not be the right location for you, though it is a beautiful area to raise a family.

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  10. Doug Rice says: 32 comments

    the stairway appears to be curly birch.

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