c. 1870 Italianate – Jeffersonville, IN

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Added to OHD on 7/19/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   18 Comments

213 Jackson St, Jeffersonville, IN 47130

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  • $135,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3556 Sq Ft
  • 0.51 Ac.
This is a RARE opportunity to own one of the last few remaining Italianate Style Historic homes in the city! It displays the architectural detailing characteristic of that style e.g. bracketed cornice, window hoods, bays, etc. and maintains a very high degree of architectural integrity. It is arguably the most intact high-style residential example of the Italianate style in the city, and is the only outstanding-rated Italianate residence per the 2011 inventory per Indiana Landmarks Assoc. The home rests on a large .5 ac lot and affords potential views of the Ohio River. You are just minutes from Historic Downtown''s restaurants, boutiques, and venues. This home is truly one of a kind, so call today for a tour! Serious buyers only, no showings will be permitted without a loan pre-approval letter or proof of cash statement. This home is listed as a Historic Home.... Indiana Landmarks must approve all offers and may take up to 30 days for approval. Room size and sqft are approx.
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Glenn Hockersmith, Schuler Bauer Real Estate Services ERA
(812) 948-2888
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17 Comments on c. 1870 Italianate – Jeffersonville, IN

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12580 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Link to 2014 pics: https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2014/12/07/c-1870-italianate-jefferson-in/

  2. RossRoss says: 2443 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    This poor house.

    This is the third time it’s been on OHD and each time it just gets more pitiful.

    I want to hug the house.

  3. JimHJimH says: 5634 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Sadly, this one’s been in a holding pattern for many years. Indiana Landmarks bought and stabilized the house, and sold it to “experienced historic house flippers” in 2015. Looks like they cleaned up a little, replaced a bit of siding, and ripped out lots of plaster. At least they’re not looking to make much profit on their $115k purchase.
    Article from 2014:

    Info on the house and owner from the state preservation file:

    Biography of Capt. James T. Duffy:

    • Signe Johnson - Grandeur Restorations says: 44 comments

      I hope they preserved and saved the lincrusta panels from the 2014 photos, somany people don’t realize that lincrusta can be removed and reused if you are very careful. I love this property, I hope someone saves it

  4. Nancy C says: 130 comments

    This one breaks my heart. The most optimistic thing I see is the collection of chandeliers beside the fireplace, waiting for the renovation completion so they can be rehung. Good luck.

  5. Hoyt Clagwell says: 229 comments

    What is it that makes it so tempting for people who have no idea what they’re doing to start stripping all the plaster? Where do these people get the idea that that’s a thing you do when rehabbing an old property?

    • jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1065 comments
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      1947 Ranch

      I’ve asked that question thousands of times Hoyt C. It’s sorta like when we bought our current home, 1936 Tudor with fantastic original thick cedar clapboards. The first thing out of the realtor’s mouth was, you can always put on new siding.

    • VictoriannWyVictoriannWy says: 22 comments
      1885 Not sure see pic
      Evanston, WY

      What else can you do when you take off the 70s paneling and the plaster just falls off the walls?
      I’m asking because that is the situation I am currently in.

  6. Daughter of GeorgeDaughter of George says: 1050 comments
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    1905 Neoclassic & 1937 Deco

    I love houses that look like wedding cake! This beauty deserves to be restored to its former glory, which still shines through.

  7. Carolyn E. says: 64 comments

    It’s a STILL a beauty — just needs lots of lovin’, imagination and money to recapture it!

  8. AbMellyAbMelly says: 39 comments
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    1920 Craftsman

    I wish I had the cash to restore this house. Talk about gorgeous, even in its present condition! Off to check the hubby’s lottery ticket from Friday night! ?

    • Zann says: 511 comments

      I’m glad someone else said that. I remembered this one from being posted before, and as I scrolled through the pictures I kind of fell in love with it all over again. It needs a lot – A LOT – of work, but I think she is worth it.

  9. Amy P. says: 213 comments

    Who Wants to give me an insane amount of money and a plane ticket to Indiana? I would love to fix her up again. So beautiful even in her horrible state, how can people let this happen? I pray someone saves this one and restores her back to her original glory soon. What a waste.

  10. AmyBeeAmyBee says: 902 comments
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    1859 Mod Vern Greek Revival
    Lockport, NY

    SOLD 10/24/2018 (ZILLOW).


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