1914 Craftsman – Shenandoah, IA

Added to OHD on 12/9/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   10 Comments
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403 Church St, Shenandoah, IA 51601

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  • $106,900
  • 3 Bed
  • 2.25 Bath
  • 2244 Sq Ft
  • 0.18 Ac.
Centrally located, this beautiful 3-4 bedroom brick home is full of character and charm with its gorgeous original woodwork, lead glass windows, wood beam ceilings, original hardwood floors and large spacious rooms. Two enclosed porches add additional living space, and the stately front porch has plenty of room for entertaining as well. Walking distance to city parks and downtown. Appliances to include washer and dryer. Call today!
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Shawn Munsinger, Orton Real Estate
(712) 246-5571
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10 Comments on 1914 Craftsman – Shenandoah, IA

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  1. Boxwood says: 39 comments

    Love it! Just needs to be brightened up with some fresh paint and maybe a kitchen rework. Was this maybe a parsonage for the church next door, hence the rather large cross on the front door?

  2. Linda Ramesbotham says: 196 comments

    A great example of how much even just trim color on a brick house can improve the appeal. Check out the street view from 4 yrs. ago with white trim. SO much better now. white house next door looks awesome too.

    • LauraG says: 36 comments

      That’s so funny that tastes can be so different. I was just thinking I love this house but would definitely change that trim to a white. I just think the dark blue overwhelms the brick and makes it too dark. I do love this kind of brick though, just beautiful.

  3. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1051 comments
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    1947 Ranch

    Love the clinker brick. This house has great curb appeal.

  4. Cody says: 3 comments

    I actually live in Moberly, MO. Brick factory is gone now and Moberly is the only City named Moberly in the US.

  5. Teri R says: 276 comments

    Very handsome!

  6. Amelia says: 23 comments

    Loved it until I saw the kitchen… Would definitely need to redo it…

  7. PhillipPhillip says: 271 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    white trim on a craftsman house is certainly not what the people who invented the style would ever do. I do love clinker brick and it looks like most of the trim inside has survived the white paint fairy. For 109K that kitchen is just fine, especially when the rest of the house is so cool.

  8. Marc says: 241 comments

    Absolutely gorgeous house. I like the kitchen cabinets, but I’m not crazy about the layout or the walled-over window. The sconces in the LR are pretty unique and I like them a lot. There appears to be some diagonal subfloor peeking out under the upstairs hall door with privacy glass. I’d love to see more of this house, including what appears to be very generous attic and basement space.

  9. Brian Burbank says: 15 comments

    Great house! Clinker brick and dark trim are good together.


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