c. 1900 Queen Anne – Keokuk, IA

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Added to OHD on 3/9/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments
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401 High St, Keokuk, IA 52632

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  • $65,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2867 Sq Ft
This gorgeous home is move in ready with beautiful hardwood floors, awesome fireplaces, stained glass, and new paint! The owners have re-skimmed and painted most every room, furnace has been rebuilt, new roof, new support to frame of porch. The only thing needed is a fresh paint job on the outside! Electrical updated. And a third floor bonus space! Laundry on second floor, and can be more than 4 bedrooms! It is a must see and at a fantastic price!!
Contact Information
Melody Robinson, Cramer Real Estate
(319) 524-1684
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18 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Keokuk, IA

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11828 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I want the church across the street too! 🙂

  2. Valerie Norris says: 10 comments

    The woodwork! The fireplaces! Gorgeous!

  3. Jacqueline Baker says: 14 comments

    I love this one!

  4. Colleen J says: 1168 comments

    Although I find the pictures too dark to get a real sense of the home, I do like this house.

  5. Karen says: 7 comments

    It breaks my heart they tore down the church .. gorgeous and those beams.

  6. montana channing says: 246 comments

    See – if we had just established my religion of Victorian Architecture, we could have saved this one. I know Kelly likes positives but Keokuk you ****.
    This is a nice house but would be even better across from tha beautiful church.

  7. CHRISTOPHER R DIMATTEI says: 1 comments

    I am nearly certain that this is another example of a Barber designed home. It appears to be a somewhat larger and more elaborate version of the published design, but it has all the Barber characteristics and it is in Keokuk, where there are at least 5 other Barber design examples. I will reach out to the local historical societies for any additional info on this one, so stay tuned.

  8. Wesley Peters says: 11 comments

    I believe this is a modified George F. Barber House. A Design No. 4-E from Modern Dwellings.

  9. Lissie says: 264 comments

    It has everything I love, pocket doors, transoms, built-ins, staircase that’s not painted. A Barber house no wonder.

  10. Marti says: 1 comments

    One of my classmates lived in this house as we were growing up. I believe her parents owned the Bunch Hatchery in town. There was another beautiful church across 4th street that was torn down. It was St. Francis de Sales and had a beautiful parsonage which is also gone.

  11. queenbee says: 5 comments

    I can only agree about them tearing down that just leaVES ME A BIT HEART SICK. hopefully good salvagers saved the best of it

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