c. 1900 Queen Anne – Gallatin, MO

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215 N Main St, Gallatin, MO 64640

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  • $89,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3488 Sq Ft
Impressive Queen Anne style Victorian home with a large porch, original woodwork, pocket doors and lead glass. Main level living room, dining room & parlor to accomodate large groups. Would make a stunning home or B&B. Detached garage. A truly unique home just off the historic courthouse square. Some work needed.
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Anita Riley, REMAX Town and Country
(660) 663-5757
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17 Comments on c. 1900 Queen Anne – Gallatin, MO

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12407 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted in a sampler before. 🙂

  2. twobuffalo says: 40 comments

    Is it common too have rosettes and 3 piece pediment in the same house? I bet that claw foot tub is cold in the winter! It appears that someone had a passion for blue carpet. You think if you tore the blue carpet you would find amazing wood floors?

  3. Paul W says: 463 comments

    Not uncommon to have different trim in the public vs. private spaces near this time. I would not be surprised if the species of wood is different too. Rosettes were fading style wise and they probably got a good deal on them and they were upstairs.

    This house would really benefit from a 3-4 color exterior paint job, there is some nice details, not evident due to all the white paint.

  4. John Shiflet says: 5635 comments

    Thanks Kelly, for mentioning the prior sampler posting- I thought I recognized it. This house has been on and off the market for quite some time and it is sited literally in Gallatin’s small downtown. But Gallatin is a smaller community going east away St. Joseph, MO, and the pace of life there is slower. There is an outstanding George F. Barber designed Queen Anne in Gallatin (Bed & Breakfast) that was featured in the book America’s Painted Ladies in the late 1980’s. I suspect this house may now have commercial zoning rather than residential but any potential buyer would need to verify; if true, I don’t think it would be that difficult to have it rezoned to include residential use in this tranquil town. I think this house was probably more ornate originally but it still retains much of its late Victorian flavor. As Paul notes, colors would wake up the home’s exterior.

    • GypsyGypsy says: 222 comments
      New ext, vintage int.

      I have the Painted Ladies Books! I think the colors make the houses much more attractive than one or two colors.

    • Randy English says: 40 comments

      Having read your comment, I’m amazed at 89K this house is over priced.
      AND that kitchen sink is a charmer!
      Let’s hope someone realizes the beauty of it and comes to the “rescue.”

  5. says: 29 comments

    The front porch is lovely. Like the molding used throughout. I’d love to see what’s under that grey carpet.

  6. Linda Arnold says: 2 comments

    I live in Gallatin, MO and used to work here when I was in high school and it was the library. (1972) I would love to have the money to redo it and live in it.

  7. Cari Ayers says: 1 comments

    I so wish I had the money to restore this beautiful home/library. I have very fond memories here when Joan Perry used to work here.

  8. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12407 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Posted 2015, not sold yet. Post maintenance, yada-yada, moved to front page.

  9. TOM says: 66 comments

    Fairly common to have the more formal woodwork in the public rooms and bullseye head blocks on the second floor. Head blocks had a good 25-35 year run. In our area we see head blocks in homes up until almost 1920.

  10. Sara says: 13 comments

    I want that kitchen sink.

    • Southwestlovesmomma says: 106 comments

      I also love that! I’d want to do a whole Post-War red and white kitchen with the sink and cabinet as a feature!

  11. Randy English says: 40 comments

    $89,000…. that house in St Louis CITY, not the county would be worth 3 times that with all the original detail still in it.


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