1909 Colonial Revival – Pratt, KS – $262,500

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National Register Property
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Added to OHD on 5/4/18 - Last OHD Update: 5/4/18 - 15 Comments
105 N Iuka St, Pratt, KS 67124

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A lovely Colonial style custom home on the National Register of Historic Places could be yours. This home is truly a rare find. Completely remodeled in 2012-2013. This 4 bedroom, 4 bath home is within easy walking distance of public schools, parks and community facilities. The home's interior features exceptional woodwork, massive front door, leaded glass, impressive period staircases, built in china hutch in formal dining room, beamed ceiling, and all LED lightning. The remodeled gourmet kitchen features stainless steel oversized gas stove/oven, dishwasher, large built in refrigerator, solid surface countertops and custom cabinetry. The main floor with large foyer, living room with fireplace, formal dining room, large kitchen and enclosed back porch leads either to basement or back staircase to second level. The second level with first bedroom and 1/2 bath, second bedroom that leads to full bath and third bedroom with walk in closet is completed with laundry room with double hookups and sun porch with an abundance of windows for warm light. The upper level incorporates office or bonus area prior to entering the large master bedroom with large walk in closet. Master bath includes tiled walk in stall shower and Jacuzzi-style tub. The full basement is unfinished. Large detached garage with 220 wiring fits up to six vehicles. Large patio area and privacy wood fence. Owner is licensed Real Estate agent in State of Kansas. Call Jody to view at 620-388-3833.
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Jody Little, ERA Sanders Real Estate
(620) 672-9481 / 620-388-3833
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15 Comments on 1909 Colonial Revival – Pratt, KS – $262,500

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  1. Linda R says: 209 comments

    This style and vintage of house just draws me in and says “come home”. Don’t know why, I have never lived in one, at least not in this life time Ha! That first newell post is crying for it’s light back. Beautiful landing and windows; looks like a pretty big storage space underneath. Buffet is super nice, but looks like water / pet urine? damage across the bottom. Surprisingly nice banister even on the servants stair. They tell us about a nice back patio area, but would like to see it.

  2. MichaelMichael says: 1063 comments

    Love all the great details, inside and out. I especially like the staircase and the entry door and sidelights.

  3. Catt says: 42 comments

    Colonial? What do others think? The exterior looks like a prairie/four square to me. The interior has a Barber-esque quality. It looks so much like my grandparents’ 1906 home.

    • Bev Reed says: 20 comments

      I also thought it was mislabeled. My first thought upon seeing the exterior was prairie but I’m no expert.

    • Marc says: 145 comments

      I also had that thought. The exterior is a hodgepodge of styles in a grand foursquare form. The interior is strongly arts & crafts to me. I would agree with prairie foursquare overall. Whatever it is, it is gorgeous!

    • CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 689 comments

      The dominant style is Colonial Revival. Prairie style exteriors don’t have Palladian windows, dentil cornices, or grouped Doric order columns/ pilasters. The wide eaves and brackets extending from the porch columns do give it a hint of Craftsman styling. The house form is a modified Foursquare. The interior mixes Colonial Revival (Classical) elements with Craftsman like many houses of this era.

      • Catt says: 42 comments

        Thank you, CharlestonJohn! I’m learning so much about architecture from the wonderful discussions I read on this site! And you just gave me even more understanding!

        I compared this to pics of my grandparents’ house. Very similar, built in 1906, 4-square with little Palladian window set in attic just like this one, Doric pillars (not grouped), but unlike the example here, no dentil cornices or bracket pillars. Utah Historical Registry lists our old house as a Queen Anne style, which never made sense to me.

        Thanks to everyone on this site! I love all you have taught me about these beautiful old homes.

        • CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 689 comments

          There’s a Queen Anne subtype called a Free Classic that combines Queen Anne massing with Colonial Revival (classical) details. There are also many houses that are simply a blend of late Victorian and Colonial/ Classical Revival elements. These transitional houses are were most commonly built in the first decade of the 20th century. Many of Barber’s designs fall into this category, and I’d bet your grandparents house does as well.

  4. Joseph Daigle says: 31 comments

    Linda R, I totally agree on the homey feeling of this home! I’m very partial
    to homes built in the 20s and 30s and this one is a wonderful example. A very well loved home.

  5. Bev Reed says: 20 comments

    I love this home and Pratt is a perfect location, other than tornados, but those storms are more likely to strike the state just south of Kansas!

    • Bev Reed says: 20 comments

      I just looked up the taxes on this house – $27,530. Can that be right?? In 2008 it was $6300. That remodel put the screws to this property. Please, someone tell me I am reading it wrong!

  6. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8793 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I’ve linked the National Register report, read it as it describes the exterior design style and features.

  7. cyberc says: 74 comments

    I’ve been to Pratt, KS – great little town and the people are wonderful there. There’s many older homes but few are as gorgeous as this 1 mentioned here. All I know, is between the mid-western welcome of the people of Pratt and the many older homes, if I could – I’d move there in a minute. Can’t say enough nice things about this place – home and town! Thank you people of Pratt for extending a most heart felt welcome while I was there.

  8. Lissie says: 291 comments

    Love the woodwork. It reminds me of a craftsman.


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