1894 Queen Anne – Elma, IA – $64,500

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Added to OHD on 4/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/10/19   -   4 Comments
702 Main St, Elma, IA 50628

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  • $64,500
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1840 Sq Ft
  • 0.32 Ac.
Stately Victorian styled home on a large corner lot on Main Street Elma. This home will make for quiet small town living at it's best. All room sizes are generous sized such as the formal living room, huge formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, and large rear entry laundry room. There is also a very functional den/office/play room/or possible bedroom on the main floor which is joined by a new handicap accessible 3/4 bath featuring a large walk-in shower.
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Philip Kolbet, Kolbet Realtors
(641) 732-3337
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4 Comments on 1894 Queen Anne – Elma, IA – $64,500

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  1. AvatarScully63 says: 54 comments

    Love the kitchen! I’m envious of the flamingo collection, and my Coca Cola collection would look wonderful in there.

  2. HRChristianHRChristian says: 28 comments

    I’m digging the carpet which has probably kept the floors in better shape.

  3. CLMCLM says: 113 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1940 Cottage
    Bradford, TN

    Some of these places just make me drool, but my I don’t think my husband will ever leave his childhood town although he would probably love that kitchen for his old table and oversized stove. Wonder what kind of jobs there are there? I don’t really mind the carpet because they didn’t paint the trim. And a garage so I could keep the cats off the car! As long as the neighborhood is nice this place is a steal!

  4. JimHJimH says: 4105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    This is one of the oldest houses surviving in Elma, a small town of 500+ formed when the railroad came through in the 1880’s. Farm widow Hannah Kane Tierney (1855-1940) moved into the house with her 2 daughters Evelyn and Gertrude after her husband died in 1904. Gertrude married dentist Frederick N. Stute and they raised their children here before selling the home to farmer Charles Boyle around 1970.

    An undated vintage photo shows the house looking almost the same as it does now, with only a bit of exterior detail lost over many years. Although updated and in a rural area, I can’t imagine getting a much more livable and authentic old house than this for less than $65k.
    Photo – top left p. 305:


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