c. 1900 Queen Anne – Albany, MO

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103 W Daniel St, Albany, MO 64402

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  • $150,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2832 Sq Ft
  • 0.46 Ac.
Walking in to this beautiful 1900 Victorian home magically takes you back to a storybook time. Featuring 2 large living rooms with huge windows and gorgeous pocket doors, and a dining room with the original glass china cabinet built in along with engraved woodwork on the wood trim. Large library with gorgeous tri-fold doors. Stain glass over most windows. The historical amenities in this house are long: original hardwood floors and oversized, massive trim plus two staircases, one front and the other off the kitchen. Of course a Victorian beauty comes with that great wrap around porch and this one delivers this plus another fantastic one upstairs! Modern necessities haven't been forgotten, updated kitchen retains all the Victorian charm with a granite countertop. Downstairs bath has been remodeled with new flooring. Super big laundry room, space for crafts or hobbies. 2 HVAC units-1 up and 1 down. Upstairs you'll find three special bedrooms, one leads into the neatest sunroom with windows on all 3 sides. Another bedroom has a huge sitting room that would perfect for an office. All bedrooms have hardwood floors and plenty of storage. Upstairs newly remodeled bath is huge - even features the original claw foot tub! But wait - there's more! A beautiful , huge 2 story, 2-6 car garage/shop! Concrete floors, heated and cooled. This is truly a property that is one of a kind and a real treasure.
Contact Information
Rick Naylor, Homan Realty
(660) 868-0990
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10 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Albany, MO

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12134 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Started life as a Queen Anne, probably older than the 1900 date given. Porches were added/remodeled along the way.

  2. Tommy QTommy Q says: 446 comments
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    1875 Eastlake
    Ione, CA

    Wow! I’m speechless…

  3. MichaelMichael says: 2847 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    You can certainly see the core of the Queen Anne under the porch additions both up and down. I can see some elements of George Barber as well, although I have my doubts it is one of his.

  4. d. Mobeck says: 42 comments

    I love how much is intact about this house. I actually think the sink with the fireplace mantel is quite clever.

    • Randy C says: 426 comments

      That caught my eye as well. Much more creative use for non-working fireplace than the usual painted panel installed over the fire box. Love the woodwork and stained glass throughout the house as well. I would love to see a historical picture before the boxy 2nd floor porch was built. Also, interesting that the windows in the curved portion are flat panes rather than curved

  5. MimiMimi says: 187 comments
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    Rochester, MN

    Wondrous elements & the stained glass is gorgeous!!

  6. janet yandle says: 29 comments

    Wow! The pocket doors and stained glass are gorgeous. I love Victorian and my husband loves craftsman. I think we both could be happy here!

  7. Gregory Hubbard says: 455 comments

    This house reminds me of someone who has come to a party but is clearly not dressed for the occasion.
    That porch structure slices horizontally across the vertical Queen Anne house underneath it. Fortunately, it could be dismantled, leaving a much more interesting house.

  8. says: 7 comments

    I love reading these comments. I literally did not even notice the sink in the mantle! There is so much to see in a house like this. I like the way the earlier house is the heart of the later additions. Beautiful.

    • brigidbrigid says: 618 comments
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      1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
      Smalltown, OK

      I agree about the comments. I have learned so much through this site and the comments. Often I will read the them first to know what to look for as I view the pictures.


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