1904 Colonial Revival – Anderson, IN – $279,900

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Added to OHD on 6/12/18 - Last OHD Update: 7/25/18 - 8 Comments
338 W 8th St, Anderson, IN 46016

Map: Street

Price

$279,900

Beds

5

Baths

3 full, 2 half

SqFt

6718

Acres

0.49

1904 brick historical beauty.5 bedrooms, 3 full and 2 half baths, all updated. New roof, new flooring and new ceilings and updated kitchen. This beautiful home has a 3-car detached garage and 3 city lots with back two lots fenced for pets and children. The past and present combined with 3 fireplaces, stained glass windows, detailed woodwork, and butler's pantry. Four levels of finished living area plus wonderful covered front porch. Abundance of storage, with front and back staircases. Third level could be in-law quarters with a kitchenette area and full bath. Property is also zoned light commercial and has been used for business before. Have your beautiful home and work together. Come see this one of a kind beauty today!!
Contact Details
Terisa Thibault, BHHS - Indiana Realty
(855) 206-5503
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8 Comments on 1904 Colonial Revival – Anderson, IN – $279,900

  1. julie A. says: 111 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    WOW!! I think this is my new favorite! It had me at the tiled porch!!I wish the pictures weren’t so dark, but I love all the original woodwork and the stained glass is beautiful. love the butlers pantry!

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  2. Karen I says: 135 comments

    Awesome details! Classy! Yet comfortable nooks & crannies for kids and teens.

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  3. JimHJimH says: 3433 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Noted as outstanding in the NRHP nomination for the West Eighth Street Historic District. The house was built for banker Daniel F. Mustard (1844-1924) and his wife Rosannah Adelaide, known as Adda. Both grew up in Indiana and Dan learned shoemaking from his father. He was appointed to a local government position after the Civil War and was twice elected Treasurer of the county. This led to a career in banking, and Dan was the longtime president of the local Citizen’s Bank. They raised 2 children in the neighborhood and when they were grown, Dan and Adda built and lived out their years in this fine home, with a servant or two.

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  4. Twolilfrenchfries says: 2 comments

    One of the bathrooms (the one with the pedestal sink and white shower curtain) also appears EXACTLY in another house in GA. I follow “Historic adventures and old houses” on FB and it appears in a lovely historic home in Washington, GA.

  5. Twolilfrenchfries says: 2 comments

    One of the bathrooms (the one with the blue flowers/fabric on the windows and white shower curtain) also appears EXACTLY in another house in GA. I follow “Historic adventures and old houses” on FB and it appears in a lovely historic home in Washington, GA.

    • Leigh Ferris says: 11 comments

      Yes, it’s exactly the same photo as a Washington, GA house on the Facebook site, but that photo wasn’t included in the Zillow listing for the same GA house so maybe a mistake? Both homes are gorgeous! 🙂

  6. Southwestlovesmomma says: 94 comments

    Magnificent!

  7. KarenZ says: 687 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I absolutely love this one! The front porch and the stairwell got me to start with, but I saw that pantry and I was done for! The stained glass in the bathrooms was a great touch, too.

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