1901 Queen Anne – Muscatine, IA – $175,000

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Added to OHD on 10/30/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/24/18   -   13 Comments
419 W 2nd St, Muscatine, IA 52761

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  • $175,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5, 1 three qtr Bath
  • 3165 Sq Ft
  • 0.16 Ac.
Spacious turn-of-the-century two story on historic West Hill. Hardwood floors, Oak woodwork, leaded glass, two fireplaces, formal dining and living rooms, Eat-in kitchen, butlers pantry, main floor laundry, crown moldings, built-in hutch in dining room, huge walk-up attic with tons of potential, partial basement finish, zoned A/C, hot water heat, lots of charm inside and out.
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Morse Burington, Ruhl & Ruhl Realtors
(563) 506-5995
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13 Comments on 1901 Queen Anne – Muscatine, IA – $175,000

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  1. AvatarSarah with a H says: 37 comments

    Be still my heart!

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  2. SouthwestlovesmommaSouthwestlovesmomma says: 123 comments

    Faux Castle anyone?

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      I stared at that for the longest time, wallpaper or not?

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      • AvatarDianeEG says: 486 comments
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        1896

        In some pictures, the stone projects over the moldings. It might be the very slim kind of stone that is put on with adhesive.

        • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments
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          1901 Folk Victorian
          Chestatee, GA

          Yeah, you are right. Maybe they wouldn’t be too hard to remove, if one would like that is.

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          • AvatarHeather Holliday says: 1 comments

            That is actual stone. Not the slim kind. It will take some work to get it off.

            • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10321 comments
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              1901 Folk Victorian
              Chestatee, GA

              Have you seen it in person or an assumption?

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              • MichaelMichael says: 1304 comments

                Just a guess here but I think it’s cultured stone, a concrete product made to look like stone. Either way, I doubt it will just come right off without leaving damage on the original wall. If it was installed on cement backer board, it will have to be totally demolished to get it out.

              • AvatarRon G says: 167 comments

                Sometimes pictures are hard to interrupt on a computer but you asked the right question Kelly. I enlarged a couple of the pictures and that stone appears to be a veneer product. One reason, I point to the thickness of the walls. Second, I looked closely at the reveal where the product meets the door and base trim. I’m almost positive its a veneer product. The third and most important, some of the walls the stone is on are loading bearing walls. I think the best example to look at to determine if this product is actual stone or veneer is the front entryway and focus on the arched window. Lastly, removing it regardless of what is used as a substrate will be lost in the process.

  3. AvatarKaren Cameron says: 27 comments

    Finally, a good-sized kitchen! Staircase is pretty with that light-colored wood.

  4. AvatarJennifer says: 33 comments

    WOW-ZA!!! I am in love with this house!! I really hope that is real stone and not wallpaper. That would be sad. But all the built-ins!! Love!

  5. Avatarmontana channing says: 250 comments

    gobsmacked by that stair hall especially that great window seat but then i saw the “stone”. WT* (trying to appeal to everyones sensibilities while still expressing my feelings). hand me that crowbar – NOW !!!!
    stone is great in some applications but i would have a hard time saying this is one of them. and it’s too bad as this is another house that already had “out there” detailing and woodwork. a lot of work to bring it back as i agree it’s the real thing. oh well, you’ll be spending so much time outside painting, you won’t have time to worry about the stone.
    crazy about the kitchen and esp. the pantry.

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  6. MichaelMichael says: 1304 comments

    I do love how this house looks from the street! Needs a bit of paint in the right colors to make it shine!

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