1907 – Bicknell, UT – $269,000

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Added to OHD on 1/31/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/18/19   -   6 Comments
317 W Main N St, Bicknell, UT 84715

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  • $269,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2348 Sq Ft
  • 1.12 Ac.
RARE FIND! Beautiful Victorian Home with charming original characteristics full of stories and tradition. Located on 1.2 acres it includes a barn, corrals, and plenty of space for your small ranch. Perfect location for an amazing getaway! Room in the all the right places! The bedrooms are surprisingly large for this age of home. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath and over 2300 sq feet. A 2 car garage and a beautiful well maintained and mature yard make this the perfect place to plant roots and call it home!
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MeriAnn Boxall, Innovative Real Estate
(801) 930-7025 / (801) 230-5910
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6 Comments on 1907 – Bicknell, UT – $269,000

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  1. Victoria JonesVictoria Jones says: 19 comments

    Yay one closer to me. Just south of where I grew up. One of the blink and you’ll miss it towns.
    Love the wood work.

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  2. AvatarCindy says: 142 comments
    1866 Italianate/Queen Anne
    Brunswick, MO

    I would get rid of the 1970’s paneling and the dropped ceilings, but the built in bookcase is definitely a keeper. Nice house.

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  3. AvatarHome lover says: 26 comments

    Lots to love here! Stained glass windows, woodwork, old cabinets in the kitchen, Built ins, porches, room sizes, land, outbuildings, fencing, stairs, n transom! Yes, I would change the paneling too!

  4. Avatarchristine abusaidi says: 2 comments

    I’m so confused by the first photo – the round two story veranda would not have been original, would it? makes this house look like a tacky McMansion. The second photo looks like this wing was the original farmhouse? probably older than 1900, that was added on to over the years. I’m really interested in the log cabin/outbuilding. Looks like it could have been an old homestead that started with log cabin, outbuildings, brick farmhouse that was then “upgraded” over the years.

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  5. Avatarbsakruzz says: 4 comments

    I live in Utah and there are many, many, homes with two front doors or facades. I don’t know why, but it seems to be pretty common here.

  6. BethsterBethster says: 805 comments
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    1927 Spanish
    NY (house is in VA), NY

    From the outside, I wouldn’t think this was an old house; I’d think it was a new house designed to evoke an old style. I suppose a lot of the exterior has been redone.

    I do like the stained- and leaded-glass windows, and all the nice old wood in the house. I agree with previous comments about the dropped ceiling though.

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