1901 Queen Anne – Walla Walla, WA – $499,900

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Added to OHD on 3/11/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/11/19   -   16 Comments
605 Boyer Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362

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  • $499,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2594 Sq Ft
  • 0.16 Ac.
Location! Queen Anne Victorian...Short walk to downtown Walla Walla and Whitman. Entry parlor w/ access to side porch. Formal Living Room w/bay window. Dining Room with beautiful built-in china cabinet. Gourmet chef''s Kitchen. Gracious open staircase leads to 2nd floor Master Suite featuring sitting area & beautiful new bathroom complete with real clawfoot soaking tub.Bedroom on main with adjoining bath has door to back deck. Complete studio on lower level, easy to rent to student or busy professional. Upgraded HVAC 2015. New comp roof 2014.
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16 Comments on 1901 Queen Anne – Walla Walla, WA – $499,900

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  1. AvatarMJG says: 528 comments

    This is a wonderful color choice for this house.
    Something unusual about the staircase and woodwork in picture 4 and 6. It looks like they built a staircase in front of a doorway. Its odd. I mean I’ve seen enclosed staircases but this setup is strange. I’m wondering if some alterations were made.

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  2. Avatardeborah whitman says: 4 comments

    My ancestors were scalped here whilst trying to *baptize/Christianize* American Natives. Marcus and Narcissa Whitman. Nice little college. Beautiful home.

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  3. AvatarGemma says: 129 comments

    Is that really a door on the ceiling?

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  4. AvatarSandy B says: 451 comments
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    2001 craftsman farmhouse
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    Are my eyes playing tricks or is that another door on the ceiling in photo 6? …strange. Maybe the architect was being clever with the cased opening showing exposing the staircase…??

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    • JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
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      It’s just the underside of the stairway as seen in photo #4. Distorted cellphone photos make me feel I’m “seeing things” sometimes too!

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      • AvatarMJG says: 528 comments

        JimH, I don’t know if you saw my comment earlier, but a strange staircase that is don’t you think? The room I wonder was altered in some way. What appears to be a door with the side of the staircase cutting it off. What are your thoughts. Its very strange.
        You can see someone added french doors to the left as well as many other changes in the house. I feel perplexed by this architecture inside.

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        • JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
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          The bedrooms upstairs were added well after the original house, maybe fairly recently. The stair placement was dictated by ceiling heights upstairs and cuts across the original center hall. Photo #11 shows the center hall behind the stair looking towards the front door, with an original doorway to the right. They also opened up the dining room/parlor wall. The Craftsman-look woodwork was a creative attempt to integrate the changes, not an easy thing to do.

          • AvatarMJG says: 528 comments

            Great eye. I see what you’re seeing now. I didn’t catch that. One of the bedrooms confused me as being one of the ones upstairs that had 19th century looking molding.

  5. AvatarKeith Sanders says: 104 comments

    Great continuity of form and color – very elegant.

  6. AvatarDeborah Mann says: 176 comments

    Love this house. It is so homey feeling and looking.

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  7. AvatarAndrea says: 5 comments

    This is a nice little neighborhood here in Walla Walla. It is also a town that is known in the Northwest for its wines and sweet onions. My father’s family were farmers that grew the sweet onions. The perfect Walla Walla sweet onion is large and sweet great. It was also the Italians that had garden wines. I love the canning kitchen in the basement. All my aunts had canning kitchens except for my grandmother who had the wine casks. There a lot of old grand ladies like this here, especially around Whitman campus.

  8. AvatarKathryn Bell says: 57 comments

    Hello House! I’ve got a crush on you. Your wood…your sweet and elegant layout… your color scheme! From the moment I saw your green tile backsplash and your preciously quirky powder room sink I knew you were for me. Let me fill your bookcases (I read anything) and I will lovingly cram you farmer’s sink full of my best china.

    P.S. Please write back.

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  9. AvatarKathryn Bell says: 57 comments

    Hello House! I’ve got a crush on you. Your wood…your sweet and elegant layout… your color scheme! From the moment I saw your green tile backsplash and your preciously quirky powder room sink I knew you were for me. Let me fill your bookcases (I read anything) and I will lovingly cram your farmer’s sink full of my best china.

    P.S. Please write back.

  10. AvatarHarleysmom says: 86 comments
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    Windsor, CA

    Beautifully done. I wonder if some of the woodwork is not original, a couple of rooms have been opened up a bit, and the staircase closed in some? Something seem not quite right for it be all original. Don’t get me wrong it’s beautiful and I would take it in heart beat for sure!

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