1935 Tudor Revival – Leavenworth, KS – $325,000

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Added to OHD on 4/9/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/9/19   -   14 Comments
1410 S Broadway St, Leavenworth, KS 66048

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  • $325,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 full, 2 half Bath
  • 3504 Sq Ft
  • 0.45 Ac.
Take a step back in time with this custom built home from the famous Feth & Son Architects. This father and son designed more than 60 buildings in Leavenworth from 1895 to 1942. This home has stunning curb appeal, sits on 4 city lots, is totally fenced with an electric entry gate. Walk into a breathtaking wood staircase, original hardwood floors, original wallpaper and beautiful appointments throughout. This home is meant for entertaining, with a large living area, separate study, and a master suite.
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Kimberly Vanek, Realty Executives of KC
(913) 775-0074
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14 Comments on 1935 Tudor Revival – Leavenworth, KS – $325,000

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  1. Avatarddbacker says: 380 comments
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    1971 Uninspired split-level
    Prairie Village, KS

    Best banquette ever!

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    • AvatarSandraD says: 2 comments

      I just saved that picture! At some point in the near future I’m going to have a breakfast nook built-in made, the original was removed in the 1950’s I think. That one is fantastic. It also gave me the idea that maybe I would like to have painted cabinets (and built-in) after all, I don’t want cream/off-white, but that delicate old blueish-green they used to use back in the early 1900’s is fantastic.

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      • BethsterBethster says: 785 comments
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        1927 Spanish
        NY (house is in VA), NY

        I just saved it, too. I love that green, and the style of those particular bench seats is really nice. I’m redoing my kitchen later this year and am hoping we can find a way to work a breakfast nook into the plan.

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  2. AvatarStevenF says: 731 comments
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    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    Don’t see too many tudors with framed exteriors. That front porch is definitely not Tudor…I wonder if it was added later as part of a Colonial makeover. I love that paneled wall in the living room.

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    • AvatarGardenStater says: 44 comments

      I was wondering about that myself. A Tudor with white clapboards just seems wrong. I wonder what’s underneath that siding.

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  3. AvatarBethany otto says: 2584 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    Oh thank you dear owners for keeping those awesome bathrooms intact!

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  4. AvatarFanshaweGirl says: 369 comments

    This is wonderful! All the floors and natural woodwork looks brand new. I love the blue dining room, even though the woodwork is painted. So wonderful that the bathrooms are untouched. I don’t particularly like that the kitchen has so many different colours in it, I’d refinish it to match the banquette.
    Full bug net over the master bed makes a person go “hmm?” Is there a bug problem or do they just sleep with unscreened windows open? The other bedrooms don’t have nets, so maybe it’s just a personal thing.

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    • BethsterBethster says: 785 comments
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      1927 Spanish
      NY (house is in VA), NY

      I was thinking the same thing about the kitchen, down to using the banquette color. Or, if not, using the yellow that’s on the upper cabinets.

      I wondered about the mosquito netting too and thought, “Maybe they just like the romantic look of it!”

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  5. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 923 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Okay, this one had me at the porte cocheré. What a lovely gracious home. And I agree with Bethany Otto about the bathrooms (I usually do!LOL), they’re fantastic. The only note that struck me as off was the baby blue in the dining room trim colors and the wall paper. Color choices elsewhere are great. However, if and when they’re done with that dining table and chairs? I’ll happily take it off their hands!

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  6. AvatarMoC says: 6 comments

    I grew up in Leavenworth, and use to go by this house often, always admired it. Neat to finally see the interior. Leavenworth is loaded with some amazing period houses, especially up and down Broadway,

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  7. Avatarbecky martin says: 64 comments

    What could that little door hold inside that is in pic #16? I like that they didn’t touch those pretty tiled bathrooms. I was surprised that the yellow looked so bright! And just what is that little area nook in pic #14 called? Love all the arches. Looks like this is a huge home with lots of room! I do think there’s too many colors going on in that kitchen and would tone it down to one color, but the home is still real pretty!

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    • MichaelMichael says: 1268 comments

      It’s just an access door to the space behind the bookcase. This room is on the front of the house and the roof line comes down to about 4’tall behind the bookcase. You can see the clipped ceiling in the top round alcove in the bookcase.

      I would consider using it to hold screaming toddlers! LOL

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  8. CLMCLM says: 127 comments
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    1940 Cottage
    Bradford, TN

    Actually, that siding looks like asbestos. It seems to be pretty common for that era. It is a little odd on a Tudor, though.

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