Gothic Revival – Sutton, NE – $129,000

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Added to OHD on 1/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 1/30/19   -   6 Comments
407 W Cedar St, Sutton, NE 68979

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Invest in a piece of History! On the corner with views of Clarks Pond, this home is on the historic registry. Still having operating Gothic windows, wood shank roof, original gold trim, high ceilings and three levels of living space. Office or Master on the main floor with an additional 4 bedrooms upstairs. Two full stair cases can bring you Downstairs. It is all open with plenty of storage and the ability to divide into a family room, office, toy room or whatever your heart desires! Full bathroom and laundry room complete the basement. Exterior Repainted this fall. Come take a look at a piece of history today!
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Katie J. Vanderley, Keller Williams Lincoln
(402) 328-0200
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6 Comments on Gothic Revival – Sutton, NE – $129,000

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  1. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 770 comments

    Known as the Isaac Newton Clark House, this ca.1877 Gothic Revival was moved in 1916, which explains the classical porch, some interior details, and why the side appears to be the front in the historic photo.

  2. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 788 comments
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    1885 Italianate.

    It’s cute, but sure doesn’t look like it use to. Looks like a nice area.

  3. Avatarjoe says: 589 comments

    It took me a while, referring between google maps and the historic picture, to understand that the current porch was created to wrap from the original porch to the left side of the house. The front in the old photo is the left side in the google street view. I don’t see any stair pictures, nor any interior details that would make it Gothic Revival. It is a shame that fashion stripped this house of so much original detailing, but all of the bones appear to be there.

  4. AvatarJoseph says: 309 comments

    A lovely, trim-looking house. Did it have alterations? Sure. But while purists may moan and complain, actual families need to live in and maintain houses. And fashions change. The Gothic cottage style is probably my favorite, but I can understand why we don’t see housing developments build in this style. (Although now that we have synthetic/composite materials, that Gothic tracery might be a bit easier to maintain if replicated).

    I think a new owner could do much with decor and landscaping that would make any of the removals or alterations insignificant.

  5. AvatarKarenR says: 35 comments

    Awww, sweet. My mom grew up on a farm just a few miles from Sutton.

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