1907 Queen Anne – Pikeville, TN (George F. Barber)

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2892 Main St, Pikeville, TN 37367

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  • $179,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 4 full, 2 half Bath
  • 2772 Sq Ft
  • 0.51 Ac.
''The Victorian'' Look at this fabulous Colonial Home in the heart of Pikeville. The details in this home are incredible, down to the trim work to go with the time period of the home is amazing. Home has been updated. Must see to appreciate
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11 Comments on 1907 Queen Anne – Pikeville, TN (George F. Barber)

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  1. CharlestonJohn says: 1093 comments

    I was thinking the 1907 date was a bit late, but I guess not. Was the wraparound porch with the Corinthian columns part of Barber’s original plan?

    From the NRHP…

    304 S. Main Street. W. A. Brown House. Queen Anne, 1907. 2 story,
    stone foundation, vinyl siding, asphalt shingle hip roof with gable front,
    1/1 and multi/1 double hung sash windows, irregular plan. Wrap around porch
    with Corinthian columns, dentil molding on porch cornice, balcony above part
    of porch with turned columns, millwork in gables,

    • JimHJimH says: 5265 comments
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      C-John, the house is identified (Wiki) as Design #37 from Barber’s Modern Dwellings #3, 1901. If that’s the original, the porch has been altered as you suggest.

    • Michael Mackin says: 2857 comments

      I was curious about the porch columns as well. It would be nice if there were some old pictures of the house around to see the original porch columns.

    • Chris DiMattei says: 268 comments

      C-John, yes, a wrap-a-round porch was part of the original design, as the Barber catalog that Jim linked in shows, but those Corinthian columns were not, and consequently look horribly out of place. Still, it would be fairly easy to replace them with turned posts, like those supporting the balcony above. The Brown home is one of two extant Barber designed homes, built in Pikeville, that I am currently aware of. I really hope someone restores this gem. It could be spectacular.

  2. John Nevitt says: 104 comments

    Those heavy columns supporting the porch really make this house. It’s such an unexpected element that really adds a lot of weight to the home and makes it appear larger than it really is.

  3. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12146 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted 2016, pulling out of the archives to the front page.

  4. says: 59 comments

    Well, y’all can have the European houses, I’ll take this. Give me an old Southern house any day.

  5. Glorybe says: 133 comments

    Elegance at its best! I always have a soft spot for the Barber designs.

  6. MimiMimi says: 187 comments
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    Rochester, MN

    That staircase is so beautiful!

  7. MattHMattH says: 1 comments

    I am the new owner and in my digging to understand the original vision of the house i stumbled onto this thread. The original blueprint was followed but modifications were made. It was renovated in 73 and again in the late 90s. I want to find the front porch lattice work as pictured on the wiki and the 13 columns (13 original colonies) seem to be requested by the original owner. The house is currently undergoing massive updating and cleaning. The entire upstairs, downstairs foyer and kitchen were updated to drywall while the main parlour, dining room, sitting room are still horsehair plaster. The woodwork is still in great conditions but will be sanded down to stain dark walnut. All carpet has been removed to reveal the original hardwood floors that will also be refinished in dark walnut stain to match the other woodwork and mantels. If anyone has any ideas I’d love to hear them.

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