1904 Queen Anne – Saint Cloud, MN – $425,000

For Sale
National Register
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Added to OHD on 12/28/18   -   Last OHD Update: 12/28/18   -   14 Comments
402 6th Ave S, Saint Cloud, MN 56301

Map: Street

Price

$425,000

Beds

4

Baths

2 full, 3 partial

SqFt

3830

Acres

0.33

We are proud to present this amazing turn of the century Queen Anne Style Victorian home that is truly a St. Cloud area landmark. Built in 1904 this wonderful historic home has only had 4 previous owners and is in included in the National Register of Historic Places. Most recently it was a successfully operated Bed & Breakfast and has an endless list of potential uses. The 4 upper level bedrooms each have their own private bath. This property is being offered fully furnished & turn key!
Contact Details
Randy Northey, Premeir Real Estate Services
(320) 259-4554
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14 Comments on 1904 Queen Anne – Saint Cloud, MN – $425,000

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  1. Bethany otto says: 2374 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Escondido, CA

    I see it’s “being offered fully furnished”–does anyone know if you that means you can’t buy it empty? Or does it just mean the furnishings are an option? I’m just curious. My parents have sold three houses furnished, but in each case the buyer wanted it that way, it was not a condition of sale by my parents, though they were thrilled not to have to empty out the houses.

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    • Porch Freak says: 43 comments

      Good question. I wonder if in this case it’s part of the deal. This beautiful house has a lot of large, heavy furniture that may not fit well in a newer home and would be a bear to move. (Says the person who has her sleigh bed head and foot boards sitting in the garage because they couldn’t make the turn from the hallway through the master doorway in our new home. Ugh.)

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      • TGrantTGrant says: 467 comments
        OHD Supporter

        New Orleans, LA

        Your sleigh bed story brings back memories of my mom insisting her 10 foot antique full tester bed was going in a new move by hook or by crook. We ended up taking the windows out and winching everything up on a pully. It’s made me appreciate my small furniture in recent years, lol.

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  2. Keith Sanders says: 39 comments

    A house that oozes “home.” Without being decorated for Christmas, it already seems dressed for the season. A house happily haunted with little touches of magic – the hint of asymmetry on the staircase, the wicker rockers hiding in the tower room, the green and green, red and gold against the brick. Is ‘St. Cloud’ half a step from heaven?

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  3. Allyson says: 57 comments

    Such good lighting in all these photos!

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  4. Nancygirl says: 94 comments

    You can tell this house has really been taken care of! I really like it!

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  5. Karen says: 121 comments

    I lived in St. Cloud for 28 years. This house is in an older part of town, very near the university. It is indeed a nice house, and there are other nice old houses in the neighborhood. However, unfortunately, a lot of the older houses have been torn down to make room for student apartments.

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  6. MJGMJG says: 67 comments
    1887 Queen Anne
    NORTH HAVEN, CT

    I would love this house. The woodwork and and doors are amazing. Plus the exterior is so beautifully maintained.
    Anyone else think that grillework in he hallway looks sparse ? Like it’s missing parts to it. Like some of the bells and they took them out on all pieces to match. I’ve never seen a fretwork design so sparse in all my searches and catalogs. I could be wrong.

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    • JKleeb says: 124 comments

      Yes-thought the same thing! Something seems missing on the sides of the central portion.

  7. Karen says: 16 comments

    Oh. My. Goodness. That is all

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  8. Kathryn Evans says: 19 comments

    Magical amazing well loved house. Only wish I were rich enough to buy it.

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  9. Karen SKaren S says: 8 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1923 Colonial
    New Rochelle, NY

    Beautiful house and I love the name of the city. All the round details, doors, windows fretwork are fabulous!

    2
  10. brigidbrigid says: 209 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1930 Eclectic Lake Cabin
    Smalltown, OK

    I’ve noticed a lot of homes of this age decorated with this shade of red. Was that common for the era?

    • MJGMJG says: 67 comments
      1887 Queen Anne
      NORTH HAVEN, CT

      This is only common today. People for some reason think these pinkish reds were very common colors. Especially mixed with pink large flower. ACK.
      And though I do see some pink hues in some historic decorating books, Richer Pompeian and turkey red’s seemed more popular with earthier tones. Many homes of this period today are decorated in overly pink hues reminiscent of a doll house which is mostly a false depiction of the period. But the fact remains that the most common red tones in this era were more in Terracotta or brick family. Or even darker sometimes like ox blood.

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