1900 Queen Anne – Grinnell, IA – $450,000

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Added to OHD on 4/19/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/19/19   -   8 Comments
803 High St, Grinnell, IA 50112

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  • $450,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 full & 3/4 Bath
  • 3352 Sq Ft
  • 0.28 Ac.
Walk up the front steps across the the sprawling, wrap around front porch, in through the original formal stained glass double door entrance and into the stunning formal foyer with grand staircase and fireplace. Into the massive front parlor with more stained glass windows, stunning hardwood floors and fireplace. Into the broad dining room with maple floors and private wrap around porch access. Broad posh back parlor. Amazing chefs kitchen with hard surface counters, Quartz island, AGA range and custom Shaker cabinets, and the glow of a warm fireplace. Main floor 3/4 bathroom. Massive master suite with fireplace, 2nd floor porch access, walk-in closet/dressing room and expansive en-suite. Across the hall to large window lined 2nd bedroom. Next to the 2nd floor laundry room. Beautiful dormered 3rd bedroom with private spaces with incredible vistas out the many distinct windows, a staircase to the main floor, and a fully restored vintage walnut/oak bathroom with original copper tub.
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Matt Karjalahti, Re/Max Partners Realty
(641) 236-6683
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8 Comments on 1900 Queen Anne – Grinnell, IA – $450,000

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  1. AvatarMandy says: 20 comments
    Edmonds, WA

    Love the front with the beautiful balusters and spandrels; and how they repeat the design with the railing on the upstairs porch and again in the inset panes in the windows on the second floor. Nicely put together.

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  2. AvatarCarolyn says: 259 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    The missing window on the front of the house feels like someone wearing an eye patch. I’d have to replace it or it would make me crazy. Other than that the house is perfect!

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  3. AvatarDianeEG says: 486 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1896

    Besides a lovely home, they have blended the original with DIY successfully to make a comfortable space for today. Grinnell seems to do things right especially for a small midwest town. Wishing the sellers well.

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  4. Avatarkawaiikami says: 29 comments

    I would offer them 5-10 million dollars lock stock and barrel! Minus the little girls pink room, she could take her things. I couldn’t deprive a little girl her things. I would remove the modern glass doors and replace with wooden screen doors. Or just the old original doors. I can’t see what they look like. Oh my gosh I am gobsmacked 😶

    This home is what my heart has wanted since I was a little girl growing up behind a Old Victorian in Indiana. Being in Iowa I would have my four seasons back with I’d hope lots of snow.

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  5. HRChristianHRChristian says: 30 comments

    This house is exactly why I love Queen Anne houses- big, beautiful woodwork, surprises at every turn!

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  6. AvatarGuinan says: 46 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Fireplace in the stairhall! Transoms! That copper tub!

  7. CLMCLM says: 126 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1940 Cottage
    Bradford, TN

    I gotta quit comin’ here!

  8. AvatarMJG says: 528 comments

    I would love to examine the fireplaces closer in this house. The base is very heavy in design and makes me wonder if they had over mantels at one point. There are a lot of homes where the over mantels were removed and either trashed or end up in the attic.
    The hallway is spectacular. I would love to see a close up of the stained glass windows in this house.
    The missing window on the second floor?.. Hmm. I wonder if that was closed up later or was originally just a false window that had closed shutters on it for balance. I’ve seen that several times. But it looks a little odd now because the house doesn’t have shutters and there are no longer shutters on it.

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