c. 1914 – Cherryvale, KS – $90,000

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Added to OHD on 12/5/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/3/18   -   11 Comments
601 E 5th St, Cherryvale, KS 67335

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Wonderful charm and character with updates for today''s living! You''ll love the original woodwork and stained glass in this true brick construction house! Recently repointed. Double lot with 2-2 car garages. Lots of storage space. Open concept living, dining and kitchen. Converted attic has been made into one large bedroom space with storage. Great for the kids! Lots of new windows. And a tankless water heater which is great on the utility bills. 2 HVAC systems, one for 1st and one for 2nd and 3rd floors. Call to see this one before it''s too late!
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Susan Ward, Coldwell Banker Pasternak-Johnson
(620) 331-5510
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11 Comments on c. 1914 – Cherryvale, KS – $90,000

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  1. RossRoss says: 2309 comments
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    1894 QueenAnneFreeClassic
    Emporia, KS

    A ghost!

    You can see a ghost in image #23!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Dan says: 16 comments

    I absolutely lLOVE the second floor landing with the curved bannister! Beautiful!

  3. montana channing says: 223 comments

    this place looks pretty flawless – so what’s the catch. oh, i know, these poor deprived people have lived all this time with no island in the kitchen hence the low price. this looks like a great house and i sign on to that little cozy space at the top of the stairs plus there are lots of undeveloped possibilities and its brick.

  4. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 859 comments
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    1947 Ranch

    It is a beauty and the stairway is so lovely with its curves, the unusual stained glass etc. I think whoever took the photos could/should have done a little better job though.
    Gobs of storage. It actually looks larger than the stated sq.footage.

    I have to admit when I first scrolled through–first glance? that one photo looked like a guy in a grey sweatshirt and jeans just around the corner like he was working on something. . eerie. It is only a door/jigjog/hallway with light from a window but. . . .

  5. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4396 comments
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    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    Ghost adventures aside, I see a nice home of the period. The trim and flooring appear to be of Southern Yellow Pine but at least on the staircase wainscoting, it seems to be grain matched. I believe this house could have been constructed from published (or plan book) design sources. I did a bit of streetview touring and found at least one Queen Anne: https://goo.gl/maps/cjpe8adoM282 (pan around to the other side of the street and there’s a very popular J.H. Daverman Dutch Colonial from the early 1900’s.) A couple of grander Victorian homes are located just down the street going towards the downtown. I was genuinely surprised to find a diminutive mansard roofed Second Empire style cottage near the center of downtown: https://goo.gl/maps/X2wjgL6gNkN2 It could very well be one of the oldest homes still standing in the town. An old Depot and museum hotel add to the historic flavor. I personally like the antique paved brick streets seen in many parts of the town. Cherryvale is about 11 miles from Independence, KS but not really near any larger cities. Nice home of the period here, overall.

  6. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 703 comments
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    1885 Italianate.

    What a pretty and clean home. Nice lines and simple. Love it. We don’t have an island in our kitchen either hahahahha.

    • Bethany otto says: 2344 comments
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      Escondido, CA

      We have a huge kitchen and “gasp” no island either. With a big family I like the floor space for everyone to be able to get around each other while in the kitchen at the same time.


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