1908 Colonial Revival – Hoopeston, IL – $199,000

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Added to OHD on 12/13/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/13/18   -   4 Comments
521 E Penn St, Hoopeston, IL 60942









Stately 2 1/2 story Traditional built in 1908. One of Hoopeston's finest! Restored through and through. 3 brick layer. 49 new high end replacement windows. Original woodwork and hardwood floors. Sunroom with skylight on partial finished 3rd floor. 165x175 corner lot. Italian marble fireplaces. Beautiful remodeled high end kitchen. All appliances will stay. 5 spacious bedrooms, and 3 1/2 baths. Balcony overlooks the unique grounds of the back yard. 2 1/2 car garage. Huge whole house fan. New electrical throughout. Brand new roof just installed in the fall. Pocket doors and beautiful spiral staircase. Original Chandelier from 1908 plus stunning custom chandelier in the dining room. Hand painted wall paper. Butlers pantry door. Knotty pine in multi purpose/Rec room in 600 sq ft. finished area in basement. Tons and tons of storage. Italian porcelain newell light in stairway. Screen room/Hot tub. Stately fencing. ONE OF A KIND! All sq ft, room sizes, approx.
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Jerry Urich, Urich Realty
(217) 304-3477
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4 Comments on 1908 Colonial Revival – Hoopeston, IL – $199,000

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  1. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 892 comments
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    1947 Ranch

    I’m no fan of wallpaper, but I could live with most of it (except the orange flowered) just because the woodwork isn’t painted white. Not sure about whatever the thing is in the kitchen above the cabinets? Does anyone know? I’ve never seen anything like it. Would like to see more photos of the library too.
    Overall this could be a really pretty home and it certainly has great curb appeal, stately and gracious.

    • Avatarkmmoore says: 294 comments

      I think they mirrored the ceiling and the space above the cabinets. I had to look at it several times. It looks like they store some glasses and candlesticks us there.

  2. AvatarTimothy says: 10 comments
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    1971 Ranch
    Jamestown, IL

    How funny! I find the flower-power paper highly desirable while most of the other paper to be a bit ho-hum.

    Just goes to show that there’s something for everyone!

  3. AvatarDeniseLynn says: 225 comments

    To carry on with the theme, I liked the dining room mural paper best. I wish there were more pics of it. The large black & white photo border in the bathroom was interesting. If I were to keep that, I’d probably re-do the room in shades of gray, black, and white. And I’ve always adored toile.


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