1903 – Waynesburg, PA

Details below are from November 2018, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 11/30/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   Comments Closed
Off Market / Archived
National Register

145 W High St, Waynsbrg/Frankln Twp, PA 15370

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  • $349,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
Own a piece of history with the Historical "Denny House", this remarkable home provides 5 bedrooms, and 3 full baths with a Carriage home that can be used for business and has a 2 bedroom apartment with income producing rental. As you enter the historical home you are greeted with a leaded glass front door, tiger oak wainscoting, and stairs. As you walk thru the home the detail of hand carved fireplaces, painted canvas ceiling, the dining room has built in china closet and the main floor kitchen has been refitted as a caterer's kitchen with the original pantry. Antique lighting and original hardwood flooring is prominent through out the home. The home is equipped with an elevator and a 2nd floor porch that overlooks the fenced in yard leading to the Carriage house. The Carriage house was used as a hub for start up business, events and can house more than 6 vehicles. The Carriage House has new roof and garage door. Live and work at this remarkable historical property.
Contact Information
Darlene Gibson, Redfin
(215) 631-3154
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10 Comments on 1903 – Waynesburg, PA

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  1. Eric says: 397 comments

    What a grand and elegant home. The facade when fit in perfectly in Stockholm, Sweden. The interior exudes wealth and elegance. I can’t believe the curtains are still in place if you didn’t want to use the pocket doors. The decor is a little over the top for me but I don’t think I’d change a thing except try to make the blue dining room as over the top as the rest Beautiful woodwork, plaster moulding and that stained glass scene in the staircase is stunning. I love it!

  2. JimHJimH says: 5148 comments
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    Local info says this fine house was built in three stages: the central block as a Greek Revival house in 1836, the rear addition in 1878, and the front section with “Dutch gables” in 1902. That’s a lot of history, and there’s ample space for a variety of uses.

  3. RosewaterRosewater says: 6656 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah: this house is fascinating!

    Save to your favorites bar is gone. 🙁

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11892 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      You haven’t seen the big red box that said that favorites are going away? It said the link to save favs would be removed 11/30.

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 6656 comments
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        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        Nope. Just a slight lament to see it missing. This is the first one I saved to my new links folder after the feature went poof. 🙂

        I saved all my faves links; and will at some point be making an album of them on Flickr, with single cover pictures of each one, and then the corresponding OHD link in each description; so I can still easily reference them. The fun thing now will be my ability to share them if anyone wants to peruse the ones that really interested me, and why probably in the description. Many were lost in the purge, but there’s still a bunch.

    • Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 1180 comments
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      1875 Limestone house
      Langeais, Loire Valley,

      If you have a Pinterest account just create a board for your OHD faves. Someone suggested that a while back when Kelly announced that this feature would disappear, and that’s an easy way to proceed. I went through all of my OHD faves and pinned them all not to loose them, and I add some more on a daily basis.

  4. BethsterBethster says: 870 comments
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    1927 Spanish Revival
    Richmond, VA

    What a gorgeous stained-glass window. I love the delicate color shadings. I’m also a big fan of tiger oak, so that’s another favorite feature. Cool round bathroom window, too.

  5. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 5452 comments
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    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    Although my travels through the Keystone State have been limited, I found it a place full of architectural surprises. The town of Waynesburg-which I have yet to visit-seems to be especially rich in beautiful 19th and early 20th century homes and buildings. I seem to recall a large but faded Prairie style home there that appeared on these pages years ago but it was priced decidedly on the bargain side. This house was and still is elegant inside and out. I can’t find the total square footage but it appears to be expansive inside. Because of the location, I could see this as having a dual residential-commercial use. With some enhanced landscaping, I think the curb appeal could be increased substantially. Perhaps a future visit to Waynesburg needs to be added to my bucket list because there’s is so much to see, based on the streetview imagery.

    • Tbake says: 45 comments

      I used to go there for work, there are definitely some cool old buildings. It’s a small college town, unfortunately some of the roads have been torn up mostly from heavy oil and gas traffic, but they’re working on repairs. One of my customers is a cute ladies’ boutique downtown in an old theater…they tried to run it as an Indy theater but just couldn’t break even so they use it for storage. Pretty interesting place! Waynesburg is also commutable to Pittsburgh, and is close to the Morgantown/Clarksburg areas of WV, which are really growing with a lot of medical and tech jobs, and a major FBI Center close by (I think the CODIS fingerprinting system is run from there). Plus WVU and it’s teaching hospital system which is growing like crazy.

    • Keith Sanders says: 136 comments

      House – 2 floors (83′ x 32′) and 1 floor (12′ x 32′) = 5,696 sq ft.
      Basement – (71′ x 32′) = 2,272 sq ft. (Assuming no basement under front part of house.)
      House (total) = 7,968 sq ft.
      Carriage house – 2 floors (60′ x 37′) = 4,440 sq st.
      Total (house & carriage house) = 12,408 sq ft.
      (Based on outer dimensions measured in Google Satellite.)

      Carriage house sits at the intersection of Blackberry Alley & Strawberry Street – cool.
      My old bones would enjoy the elevator.


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