1907 Queen Anne – Cambridge, IL – $154,900

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Added to OHD on 2/8/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/8/19   -   5 Comments
209 N West St, Cambridge, IL 61238

Map: Street

Price

$154,900

Beds

4

Baths

3

SqFt

2869

Acres

0.57

Gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian on double lot meticulously cared for. Original charm; dual staircases to 2nd level; NOTE the craftsmanship of the preserved original Cyprus woodwork; hardwood floors; Ornate and handcrafted Oak fireplace with gorgeous beveled glass mirror above mantle. Gorgeous built-in China Hutch in formal dining room; Custom cabinetry in large/updated kitchen, 2nd fl. Laundry; master bedroom suite on 3rd level w/master bath and Turret room w/custom made window seat. 4-car tandem garage; mature landscaping â seller offers 14 month Home Warranty for buyers peace of mind.
Contact Details
Sharon Esslinger, Re/Max Country Crossroads
(309) 596-4228
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5 Comments on 1907 Queen Anne – Cambridge, IL – $154,900

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  1. Melissa Roberts says: 38 comments

    Love the fretwork above the kitchen sink. Nice home

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  2. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4540 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    There’s a similar looking home in Paxton, IL, attributed to George Barber ( https://www.oldhousedreams.com/2013/10/02/1896-queen-anne-paxton-il-george-f-barber/ ) so I’m wondering if this might have been designed by that Knoxville, TN, architectural firm? Then again, this house dates from a decade later than the Paxton example so the comparison might not be valid. In any case, it is a nice example of the late Queen Anne style. Cambridge is about 30 miles southeast of the Quad cities (Bettendorf and Davenport Iowa, Rock Island and Moline Illinois) The interior looks to be relatively intact.

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    • JpJp says: 37 comments

      That GFB one is so pretty. The grilles, if extant, in barber houses are usually some of the most amazing parts to me.

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  3. John_Alan says: 74 comments

    It actually makes me a little sad sometimes when I see certain houses listed because of the love and care that you can tell went into them. Such is the case with this one. It looks like a very well loved home. I wonder why they’re moving and can only hope the new owner takes such great care of it.

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  4. DianeEG says: 460 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1896

    I live about 15 miles from Cambridge. It’s our county seat and has one of the more beautiful court houses in the state; 1878 Second Empire. The court rooms, interior designs, wood, floors are all maintained to original design. Cambridge is a small bedroom community for the QCA (as John mentions) and has a heavy farm influence.

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