1904 Queen Anne – Wetaskiwin, Alberta – $404,988

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Added to OHD on 2/6/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/6/19   -   2 Comments
4321 52 St, Wetaskiwin, Alberta

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Price

$534,900 CAD
$404,988 USD

Beds

5

Baths

3

SqFt

2981

Acres

0.41

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SEIZE your opportunity to own this STUNNING Historical Home! Located in Wetaskiwin on a huge lot(1672.3 sq/m)RV parking! This home is Full of Historical Charm featuring 9' ceilings, CLEAR FUR hardwood floors and Wainscotting throughout main ad 2nd floor. A huge 3rd Floor loft(900 sq/ft approx)ready to be finished to your taste or turn it into a luxury Master Bedroom suite! Built in 1904, This pristinely finished Character home boasts over 3000 sq ft! 4 bedrooms plus a 5th(previous maids quarters with butler's stairs to access 2nd floor from two separate stair cases)!! Main floor Laundry off the kitchen. Double detached garage w/ heated shop and 220V wiring! Host your guests in the beautiful gardens with pond and covered outdoor concrete patio with brick cooking area! NEW exterior paint, shingles, eavestroughs, HWT(2018) and furnace! This home also has 2 original fireplaces, pellet stove and 2 gas wood stoves! Too many details to list!!
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2 Comments on 1904 Queen Anne – Wetaskiwin, Alberta – $404,988

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  1. KarenZ says: 839 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I love the white fireplace to set off the colors of the wood!

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  2. MJGMJG says: 180 comments
    1887 Queen Anne
    NORTH HAVEN, CT

    I was thinking just the opposite. I don’t like the white fireplace at all and thought it clashed too strongly. Purely the architectural historian in me which is probably why. I’m actually sad they painted the brick. The brick fireplaces usually were a beautiful brick color with a very thin colored mortar dyed to match the brick. Brick is not fun to strip either LOL 😉
    On the flip side, the house has beautiful woodwork and retains a lot of nice features.

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