1892 – Momence, IL

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Added to OHD on 3/28/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   8 Comments

304 W 2nd St, Momence, IL 60954

Map: Aerial

  • $269,900
  • 7 Bed
  • 4 full, 3 half Bath
  • 5250 Sq Ft
  • 0.63 Ac.
Historic Wikstrom Manor Built 1892. Previous Bed and Breakfast, features include original woodwork, stained glass and leaded glass windows, pocket doors, built in buffets and china cabinets, transom windows, built in dressers in the walk in closets. Amazing chance to own a beautiful piece of History in Momence, IL. Currently 7 bedrooms. 5 fireplaces. Look out balcony. Basement with kitchen and separate entrance. Front and rear Staircases. Wrap around porch. Property sits on 3 city lots and IS ALSO BEING SOLD WITH 3 BEDROOM CARRIAGE HOUSE currently rented (separate PIN) . There is no limit to the imagination for the potential for this property. Bed and Breakfast, large family home, Wedding events....the list goes on. Being sold "As Is". Pre approval letter must be emailed to listing agent prior to showings.
Contact Information
Amanda Fedrow, Real Living Speckman Realty Inc.
(815) 937-4370
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8 Comments on 1892 – Momence, IL

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  1. Joni Hamilton says: 16 comments

    Love this house. The built in’s are fantastic. Love the look of the outside. The aerial view is awesome.

    • Natasha Pasternack says: 8 comments

      The way the staircases cross each other is so interesting and beautiful. There’s so much about this house to love.

  2. Gypsy says: 241 comments

    I love the built ins too, especially the ones in the kitchen. Wish the whole kitchen was like that instead of the fairly recent cabinets.

    I wonder what’s under the carpet?!?!?! I need to change my user name to carpet hater.

    I wonder if that was a stained glass window in the stair landing once.

  3. David Sweet says: 253 comments

    Lovely home; very tasteful and restrained with great woodwork, etc. The only thing I would do if it were mine, would be to pull up all that carpet and see what’s hiding under there. Although I did that in one of my houses only to find rough-sawn lumber, meant to be covered with fitted carpet! Ha

  4. Julieanne says: 49 comments

    Wow! Is this house fun! Love It!

  5. Nancygirl says: 285 comments

    Love this house, great fireplaces and lots of detail. But the carpet would have to go!

  6. Melody says: 490 comments


    Stairs. Built-ins. Fireplaces. Sinks. Income property!

  7. Hoyt Clagwell says: 229 comments

    I have suspicion that those turned columns supporting the mantel on the fireplace in pictures 9/10 aren’t original. They just have a mid-20th-Century feel–very Ethan Allen, particularly in contrast to the more Romanesque examples in picture 7. I wonder what the story is there.

    I love the picture of the stacked staircases (#22)–who wouldn’t want a Paranesi-esque space like that in their home?

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