1900 – Lincoln, IL – $239,900

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Added to OHD on 11/19/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/27/18   -   18 Comments
325 N Logan St, Lincoln, IL 62656

Map: Street

Price

$239,900

Beds

4

Baths

3.5

SqFt

7891

Acres

0.46

Hands down one of the most prominent residential dwellings in Lincoln, Illinois -- totally renovated by current owners in the past six years top to bottom inside out -- EXQUISITE! From the attention to detail to the captivating restored original features throughout, you absolutely will not believe the charm, character, and class exemplified within the walls of this nearly 8,000 square foot 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath 3+ story corner lot showplace home -- WOW! The main floor features a grand 18X19 foyer host to a vintage fireplace, captivating open staircase, stunning front door with beveled glass, two sets of pocket doors, and a neat curved window seat area, bright and airy living room, generous family room host to gorgeous curved stained glass windows as well as a second fireplace, breathtaking formal dining room with wood lined ceilings, expansive window seat area, and a fabulous built-in, hall half bath with marble tile floors, side and rear mudroom/entry areas, and a remarkable equipped kitchen featuring a center island/breakfast bar, Brazilian ebony hardwood flooring, granite countertops, tile backsplash, tin ceilings, farmhouse sink, top quality stainless appliances, and a dream adjacent walk-in pantry featuring an additional sink. Upstairs, you will find an awesome sitting area with an exterior access point that leads to a front second story porch/balcony, incredible master suite featuring a 15X15 adjacent sitting room (rooms are separated by breathtaking double doors), cedar lined closet, and a beautiful adjacent private full bath featuring marble tile flooring, double vanity, clawfoot tub, and a large walk-in tiled shower, three additional nice sized bedrooms -- all with hardwood flooring, and a tastefully renovated full hall bath. The finished attic features an incredible amount of additional finished square footage and currently serves as one fabulous open large family room/den/game room area with a neat exposed brick feature. But wait -- there is even more space in the partially finished walk-out lower level -- an additional office area with a gas log fireplace, exterior access point, and neat built-ins, large laundry room area, craft room, full hall tiled bath with a steam shower complete with mood lighting as well as Sirius XM Radio, and plenty of storage/work space. Property also features an awesome restored covered wrap around front porch, 50 year slate shingled roof, transom interior windows, glass interior doorknobs, natural woodwork/extensive use of various woods throughout, gorgeous light fixtures (WOW!), ADT home security system, two furnaces as well as two central air conditioning units (both with heat pumps), older detached garage with a floored second story, added insulation -- the list goes on and on and on! This prestigious home has been a true labor of love over the past six years and will without question make most anyone a proud new owner -- what more could you ask for?! Words truly do not describe the grandeur and overall feeling one experiences when touring/residing in 325 N. Logan Street, Lincoln -- an absolute showplace property in the heart of Central Illinois - such attention to detail and craftsmanship - DREAM HOME!
Contact Details
Seth Goodman, ME Realty
(217) 737-3742 / (855) 294-7830
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18 Comments on 1900 – Lincoln, IL – $239,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9414 comments
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    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Wow! This is a result of going back over Illinois to check out listings I may have missed. How’d I ever miss seeing this?! It’s amazing and a job well done by the owners.

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  2. Bev says: 23 comments

    I love the old-fashioned “thunder box” toilet and I’m always a fan of unpainted wood.

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  3. Christie says: 30 comments

    Wow. Love this place too!

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  4. Karen Mosher says: 2 comments

    Swoon! I’m in love … wish it had an elevator for this senior’s knees.

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  5. Claudia Rouge says: 13 comments

    I am STUNNED by this house–and even more so by the price! I assumed it was in a high tax area, but not the case. From what I’ve read, they’re not even sure when it was built. A house this spectacular in a small town *has* to have some kind of history…why can’t I find it??

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  6. Dana says: 1 comments

    Is it me or is it strange to have no trim between the wall and ceiling, not even a thin picture rail?

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  7. Anne-Marie Coppen says: 8 comments

    This house is FABULOUS! It caught my breathe with most pictures and the furnishing are so gorgeous as well.

  8. Eric Boies says: 2 comments

    Wow, The attic!!!!!

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  9. JimHJimH says: 3816 comments
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    This house was built for Frank Atlass (1868-1938), a Polish immigrant who was the largest poultry dealer in the area. The house is a landmark in the history of radio, as Frank’s sons Les and Ralph began broadcasting out of the basement there in 1911. They later transferred their station to Chicago, where WBBM became one of the most successful stations in the country.

    Old photo:
    http://findinglincolnillinois.com/busindmanufimages/325loganstlargeimage.jpg

    Old drawing:
    http://findinglincolnillinois.com/busindmanufimages/badgers325northloganst.jpg

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  10. Mary Brown says: 42 comments

    Fabulous!!!! Every single inch!!!!

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  11. Nance says: 59 comments

    I can’t think how this price is even possible! Even if the restorers answered an ad that read “Free To A Good Home,” how could they make a profit on this gorgeous space? The cost per sq. ft. cannot reflect the value. What am I missing?

    • PhillipPhillip says: 158 comments
      1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

      I think that they easily have the asking price in the cost of the restoration. I noticed from another website they started out at 500K for an asking price. And it has not sold.It always comes down to location and the demand for that area. Which means in some places you can buy a mansion like this for the same money you would get a run down cottage elsewhere. You have to always consider what the market will support before you undertake a restoration. Unless you plan on being there forever. But peoples plans do unexpectedly change. and sometimes that leads to a harsh reality of what the market really is where they are. All that said i love this place and the owner’s have done a fabulous job. That dining room is incredible and pretty much everything else.

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  12. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4455 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    In fairness to the sellers, this house came back on the market a couple of years ago with a $600K asking price. Sadly, it would not surprise me to learn the current price is less than the costs of restoring this mansion level home. It helps when a period mansion sits in a district of similar mansions but this house is pretty much a stand alone example. It is also obviously architect designed and nicely combines late Queen Anne and very pronounced Dutch Colonial details on the exterior while the interior is decidedly Queen Anne with exquisite millwork. It’s interesting though to note some early Arts & Crafts designs on the dining room walls. Lincoln, in the central part of Illinois, has an interesting collection of late 19th and early 20th century homes. Few are this grand, however. In a place like Seattle or Portland, OR, this house would probably be priced at well over a million.

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  13. NancyNancy says: 197 comments

    This house is so amazingly over the top! fantastic job! I would have to have all of that beautiful furniture too!

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  14. DianeEG says: 445 comments
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    1896

    AND Lincoln IL is a nice mid sized town. Sure didn’t see that level of beauty on the interior coming. Wow!

  15. Christie says: 30 comments

    This is an absolutely stunning house. The woodwork and floors are fabulous and how lovely is that dining room??? I did find it interesting that many of the rooms didn’t have some type of crown moulding. For the price and the condition, I can’t believe this place hasn’t sold unless the neighborhood is a real tip. I didn’t do a Google drive by, though. Wish I lived in IL. 🙂

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  16. DeniseLynn says: 174 comments

    Simply Gorgeous! Especially love the kitchen and dining room. The attic looks like a ballroom. I wouldn’t change a thing.

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