1890 Queen Anne – Findlay, OH – $399,900

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Added to OHD on 3/6/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/13/19   -   11 Comments
1304 Hurd Ave, Findlay, OH 45840

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  • $399,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 3350 Sq Ft
  • 0.81 Ac.
Its not very often that you get a chance to have a prestigious home like this. This truly breathtaking home has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Situated on the South end of Findlay this charming victorian home has all of the exquisite features of an older home but also has all of the updates and upgrades that you love and appreciate. Outdoor living space upgraded in summer of 2018, updated electrical throughout, new roof in 2016 and a custom DBE kitchen remodel in 2014. The main level of the home features 2 beautiful fireplaces and hardwood floors that we all love in an older home. The kitchen is one of a kind featuring beautiful cabinetry, a pantry, stainless steel appliances, a center island, granite counter tops and much, much more! There is a den on the back of the home that has windows on each of the outside wall along with skylights that allow you to soak up the sunshine all year long. Two full bathrooms and all four bedrooms are located on the 2nd level, each room is bursting with gorgeous natural light. Walk in from the 3 car attached garage in to the massive laundry room that will make the daily chore much more enjoyable. I could go on and on about this home but you really must see this one for yourself! Call the listing agent today for a showing experience like you've never had before. Sellers are also offering a 1 year home warranty with an acceptable offer.
Contact Information
Scott Keller, ERA Geyer-Noakes Realty Group
(419) 722-3341
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11 Comments on 1890 Queen Anne – Findlay, OH – $399,900

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  1. AvatarMJG says: 528 comments

    Too much modernization mix here for my liking. But The fireplaces and woodwork are beautiful.
    If I were to buy this and restore it, I’d divide the dining room and kitchen again and put in a swinging door. Open floor plans dont work for me in these houses. The tile floor in the front hall would be pulled out. And a MAJOR reconfiguration to that modern wood room with skylights to make it match the period.
    Again, I’m a historic architecture preservationist fanatic and by no means trying to disrespect anyone else and their ideas. This is just what I would do.

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  2. AvatarNancygirl says: 132 comments

    I really love this house, just as it is. Beautiful!

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  3. AvatarMare says: 4 comments

    Beautiful home!

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  4. AvatarLady Texas says: 145 comments

    Interesting house, nice decor. Enjoyed the tour. Love the foyer.

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  5. AvatarMimi says: 196 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Rochester, MN

    Beautifully maintained home! I agree w MJG about modern flourishes but do respect that the home has been preserved & lovingly maintained. Not my style but not my home. Very beautiful & hats off to those loving people who saved this beautiful home and cared for it so much over the years!

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  6. AvatarKarenZ says: 976 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Okay~how cool is that twisted fireplace stack in the attic?!!!

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  7. AvatarKaren says: 626 comments

    I NEED THIS HOUSE! The only thing I’d do, is take up the bedroom carpets in favor of hardwood.
    What’s with the chimney? Why was it made with the twist? Does it make it more stable or something?

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  8. AvatarCandi says: 28 comments
    Richwood, OH

    I always admired this house from the outside when I lived in Findlay, nice to finally see the inside. Beautifully maintained that is for sure. Loads of modernization as was stated, but done very tastefully. I love twisted fireplaces and that is so amazing.

  9. AvatarBeth H. says: 109 comments

    Our 1889 farmhouse had a chimney that angled through the attic, but nothing like this twisted one – pretty cool! Although there IS a lot of modernization here, it’s still a beautiful house, and one that looks very ‘liveable’ for a family today.

  10. CLMCLM says: 126 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1940 Cottage
    Bradford, TN

    Very nice place. I agree about open floor plans in alder houses. Not my thing and I’m not sure about the skylights either. What I like the most is that they left the period trim unpainted (other than some a bedroom, bath, and maybe the laundry room but they may be upstairs). I think what would change the entire feel of this house is period appropriate or furniture and the updates would be far less noticeable. That little stand in the front hall is quite cool! I’d take the place, especially since it has central heat!

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