1905 Colonial Revival – Johnstown, PA – $369,000

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Added to OHD on 4/14/18 - Last OHD Update: 4/13/18 - 26 Comments
345 Luzerne St, Johnstown, PA 15905

Map: Aerial

Price

$369,000

Beds

4

Baths

3.5

SqFt

3410

Acres

0.34

WHEN YOU ONLY HAVE TIME TO VIEW THE BEST...Own this picturesque piece of history! This magnificent home has been tastefully & elegantly restored. Gourmet kitchen w/granite counters & center island. All new appliances, wine cooler & butler's pantry. Formal dining room w/crown molding, glass chandelier & French doors. Living room w/built-in's & fireplace. 1st floor powder room. Inviting foyer w/stunning open stairway. Master suite has a separate sitting room w/fireplace & new 10 x 14 bath w/double granite sink. Carriage house above 2-car garage.
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26 Comments on 1905 Colonial Revival – Johnstown, PA – $369,000

  1. Bethany otto says: 1873 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    What a beautiful beautiful home! There’s not a thing I’d change.




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  2. KittysocksKYKittysocksKY says: 30 comments
    Murray, KY

    Lovely home. I wouldn’t change a thing either. So clean and well kept.




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  3. Jennifer HT says: 726 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Anthem, AZ

    Ready to go. Love it!




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  4. Joseph Daigle says: 29 comments

    Colonial Revival has always been at the top of my list as my favorite styles. This home is a great example for sure. It’s been so we’ll loved for so many years as you can see it and feel it! Wonderful!




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  5. Lissie says: 269 comments

    Amazingly Gorgeous! Not at all what I was expecting.




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  6. SadieSadie says: 25 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Very nice! Ready for a family!




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  7. Benjamin Comish says: 2 comments

    Perfect 10!! Absolutely Magnificent




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  8. Karen says: 118 comments

    I wonder if it’s in the flood plain, though. Even after the tragic Johnstown flood, there have been other floods that have cost millions in damages.
    I LOVE that bathroom!!! I’d live in that room!!!😁 Beautiful, beautiful house!




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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 7764 comments
      Admin

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      I don’t think you could compare the Johnstown flood to a normal “the water is over the banks” kind of flood.

      But the home is not shown to be in a flood plan.




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    • SusanC. says: 2 comments

      I am from Johnstown. This house is in a neighborhood called Westmont. It is well above the river. If this house ever flooded because of the river then probably most of Pennsylvania is also under water!! 🙂




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      • Karen says: 118 comments

        I kinda meant that tongue in cheek, but I do remember a scam in my area years ago. There was a flood in Johnstown and a few car dealerships had their cars soaked through. A wholesaler from this area bought a lot of them up somehow (the manufacturers didn’t take them back, I guess they just let the dealerships write them off and do with the cars what they wanted to do). He brought a lot here to sell, and soon they were filled with mold. 😫 There was a huge thing in the news because people’s insurance companies gave them a hard time about getting any money.
        I read that Al Roker is publishing a book about the Johnstown flood soon.
        I just looked at this house again. Are there any good paying jobs down there, so I can buy this house?????




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        • SusanC. says: 2 comments

          If I ever move back to Johnstown, this is the neighborhood I’d want to live in because of the houses. There is a University of Pittsburgh branch campus, hospitals, a community college, engineering firms, etc… you know, your normal stuff, in Johnstown. It’s in a beautiful part of the state. Good luck!! It’s fun to dream about!!




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  9. gerry s says: 28 comments

    Wow ! This is a beautiful home presented beautifully !




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  10. Clay says: 12 comments

    Wow. I wish they’d shown the entry hall. I love staircases, and I bet this one’s impressive.




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  11. Barbara says: 15 comments

    I like empty houses. So much easier to see the structure. This one shows beautifully. Doesn’t need staging at all.




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  12. Lisa says: 35 comments

    It’s perfect.
    I love it.
    I wish there were more pictures.




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  13. Sandy B says: 73 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2001 craftsman farmhouse
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    Gorgeous house in apparently pristine condition on a tree-lined street with other beautiful period homes…..WOW! Even the garage is perfect… and looks like it may have finished space above. I’m afraid if I won the Mega Millions, I’d end up buying lots and lots of old houses….☺️




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  14. AzDi says: 18 comments

    I am in love!




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  15. AzDi says: 18 comments

    I’d love to see what the living quarters looks like above the garage. At least, by the photos it looks like there is something like that as part of the garage. Just a beautiful home overall! This house was loved!




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  16. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 232 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    That’s one massive fireplace and chimney!!




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  17. Gregory Hubbard says: 185 comments

    Finally, a realtor who understands we want to see the house, not tricky camera angles or artsy photos. I do wish there was at least one photograph of the front hall. A photograph of the second floor landing is not a satisfactory substitute.

    On flooding: The great flood of 1889 occurred as the result of the total failure of the Hunt Club’s South Fork Dam. Accounts vary, but it was about 80 feet tall, and 1000 feet wide. The failure was the result of inadequate and shoddy repairs, blocked spillways and heavy rain. The literal wall of water then had more than 14 miles to pick up speed. I believe a few small towns upstream from Johnstown were blasted out of existence, with no survivors. I do not believe that anyone from the club was ever held responsible. Naturally, David McCullough has written one of the definitive books on the tragedy.

    Unfortunately, a number of historic buildings that survived the flood have been destroyed since.

    However, Johnstown has the endured the usual floods that any riverside town occasionally suffers: I believe the late 1930’s and 1977. But it’s a fine town with many great buildings and neighborhoods.




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  18. CjurcisinCjurcisin says: 17 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Seems like a lot of house for the money. Great 3rd floor fireplace




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  19. Colleen J says: 1362 comments

    Gorgeous home, whoever buys that is one blessed family, it’s perfect, I love the little pantry beside the fridge, and the great fireplaces, what a great house!




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  20. Mystic says: 11 comments
    Huntley, IL

    It’s perfect!!!!!




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