1888 Queen Anne – Findlay, OH – $398,000

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Added to OHD on 8/18/18   -   Last OHD Update: 3/27/19   -   17 Comments
1110 Hurd Ave, Findlay, OH 45840
  • $398,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 4 Bath
  • 4665 Sq Ft
  • 0.52 Ac.
EXCEPTIONAL VICTORIAN HOME WITH MANY UPDATES! The elegant foyer graciously welcomes you with a winding staircase and beautiful stained glass window. This majestic home showcases original woodwork, 10' & 12' ceilings, lovely Cherry, Oak and Old Grove Pine wood floors, several stained glass windows, six fireplaces and period correct light fixtures. You will enjoy the custom cook's dream kitchen with stainless steel Viking appliances, ample cabinets, butler's pantry and solid surface counter tops. Wonderful sun room. Several exterior porches bring back memories of days gone by! Full attic could be finished for additional living space. Large deck overlooking the extensively landscaped yard. 3-car garage. Chicken coop! Average utilities: AEP @ $152; Columbia Gas @ $129. See Associated docs for list of updates. Contact the listing agents to schedule your private tour of this spectacular home! Lockbox is on the side porch railing.
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Kim Cameron, Rooney & Assoc.
(419) 422-1996
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17 Comments on 1888 Queen Anne – Findlay, OH – $398,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10080 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Be sure to check out the 3D tour, linked up top under the Links section.

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    • RossRoss says: 2384 comments
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      1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
      Emporia, KS

      Kelly, we just saw the twin of this house. And in the same town!

      https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2018/08/12/1889-queen-anne-findlay-oh/

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      • AvatarRandy C says: 420 comments

        2 in the same town? Now that’s just wrong. One should be on my lot in Olathe, KS. I would rent out that Juliet landing on the stairway for weddings and prom pics. As well I would protect those original light fixtures with my life!!

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      • AvatarMW says: 720 comments

        Crazy that there are 2 houses like that with over the top stairs the same in the same town, for sale at the same time, about the same price. I’m guessing the builder must have been the same too. Too many similarities. Those stairs are close to a dead-on match of each other. Both really nice houses.

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      • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 811 comments
        1875 Limestone house
        Loire Valley, France,

        At least we get to see what the original door would have been like!!

    • AvatarKaren says: 594 comments

      The 3D thing is a fantastic real estate tool! I wonder if it is expensive to produce, or if it is just another program on any old computer with a camera that I don’t know about. It really shows this house off to perfection, and I bet it will sell very soon.

      • AvatarGina Bellous says: 36 comments

        They use a camera called a matterport. The photographer maps out and films the house section by section. They then have to pay a fee to the Matterport company to have access to the files and download the 3D map, etc. I earched them film my house recently when I sold it.

  2. AvatarBRITT HARMON says: 4 comments

    Simply a beautiful home. If it was anywhere near Berea, Ohio. I would be on it like a flash.

  3. Avataremmajoy says: 119 comments
    OHD Supporter

    This home is breathtaking. Each inch of it has been meticulously preserved and cared for – I love it! I want it!

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  4. AvatarRon G says: 164 comments

    Two houses in the same town obviously designed by the same architect (??) is a bonus to have them posted just a week apart. Of course, almost everyone commented on the stairs. the stairs are a real focal point when entering the reception area. This style of stairs is referred to as an elliptic geometrical stairs, open well stair with a cut outside string and a close molded wall string. That aside, this style of stairs are some of the most elegant and of geometrical stairs. The long sweeping curves of the strings and handrails add to a very graceful appearance.

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  5. AvatarPatty says: 8 comments

    I am officially in love with this beautiful work of art.

  6. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 811 comments
    1875 Limestone house
    Loire Valley, France,

    Nobody but me laughed at the entrance door being so totally out of place in this gorgeous house?

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    • GambacciniGambaccini says: 504 comments

      No i totally laughed at that myself. This house has some odd modern touches that i’d enjoy pulling out if i bough. including the modern bay replacement window added to that beautiful staircase below the stained glass.

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      • RossRoss says: 2384 comments
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        1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
        Emporia, KS

        The stair window bay is original. Originally, it also had stained-glass.

        • MJGMJG says: 504 comments
          1887 Queen Anne
          CT

          I can’t see close enough to tell. Wonder what happened to the stained glass. Upstairs hallway as well has a giant modern window in it.

  7. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 213 comments

    If there are two of these houses, maybe there are more. One for me, please! Fabulous!

  8. AvatarRhea K says: 25 comments

    Have to agree, the entrance door is painfully out of sync, it sticks out like a sore thumb. Staircase is oh so graceful with the Juliet landing, but there are obviously quite a few modern changes that have been made, one being most of the windows do not appear to be original, they do not match the windows in the other house built 1 yr. later.

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