c. 1890 – Elizabethville, PA – $104,900

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Added to OHD on 5/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 5/14/19   -   10 Comments
72 Vine St, Elizabethville, PA 17023

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  • $104,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2798 Sq Ft
  • 0.17 Ac.
Experience all of the character and craftsmanship of years past in this charming 1800's Victorian farmhouse. From the moment you step on to the welcoming front porch with it's gingerbread trim, the stage is set for the gorgeous finishes found within. Stunning stained glass windows, intricately carved millwork, solid wood doors and paneling, and original hardware are found throughout and the original hardwood floors, chandelier, and grand mantlepiece still grace the formal living room. The spacious main level also features a large parlor (currently the formal dining room), a breakfast room with built-in cabinetry, large country kitchen, a full bath, and master bedroom with adjacent den. Upstairs, you'll find a generously sized bonus room (currently the master) with additional living space, 3 bedrooms, and a full bath with cast iron tub. A rare find with so much of it's original finishes preserved, this home is truly a masterpiece of vintage artisanship that just needs a little bit of work to bring fully bring it back to its former glory.
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Angie Miller, RE/MAX Realty Associates
(717) 761-6300
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10 Comments on c. 1890 – Elizabethville, PA – $104,900

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 10338 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Build date on record is 1890 but I think it may be a little earlier than that.

  2. AvatarC.Louise says: 50 comments
    1925 Craftsman
    Red Lodge, MT

    Very charming house all around. Love the kitchen, great details everywhere too. Enjoyed seeing this one!

  3. JimHJimH says: 4204 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The fine woodwork and stained glass was a pleasant surprise. With exterior restoration, this could be a knockout, and at a reasonable price.

  4. AvatarKarenZ says: 967 comments
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    Very pretty house. I love all of the trims and fretwork and that yellow kitchen is a delight! I agree that this needs exterior restoration, but the inside is perfect!

  5. RosewaterRosewater says: 4549 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    What an amazing house! Crazy good detail almost everywhere. On top of it all, you also get a great summer kitchen!

    I wonder if that unusually broad mantle was purpose built for the radiator? Sure looks that way: and it would be the first of it’s kind I’ve seen. Cool.

    What a dreamy good kitchen; and the bathrooms are very nice as well.


  6. AvatarEileenM says: 244 comments
    Camillus, NY

    I find many houses on this site that I really like, but I have fallen totally in love with this one. The front porch, the dark, rich interior trim, the mill work, the price, the taxes. I could go on and on. It’s even located about an hour’s drive from my son (I currently live 6 hours away). If only I were younger. Moving is such an undertaking, and, I’m afraid something this old person would not tolerate well. Sigh…………

  7. John ShifletJohn Shiflet says: 4714 comments
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    1889 Eastlake Cottage
    Fort Worth, TX

    Surprisingly nice inside. The fancy millwork surrounding some of the doorways is above average. I too suspect that some of this house dates to the 1880’s but 1890 may be accurate. So glad the fine woodwork wasn’t all painted. Seems like a good value for the price. There’s more stained glass windows than I expected as well-lot’s to love in this house.

  8. AvatarCarebear says: 626 comments
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    Ok, is that price a misprint?! I love this house! The only thing I’d do, is get rid of that suspended ceiling, and the plain beige linoleum (or whatever it is) in that bedroom. I don’t know what tha blue flooring is in the other bedroom, but it looks cool, and I’d keep it. I love the trim, all the natural light, the floors, the front porch…everything!

  9. AvatarScott says: 60 comments
    1951 Grants Pass, OR

    I’m noticing two different eras of construction here. The back of the house, with it’s two over two windows and simpler woodwork, almost a Greek revival or Italianate style home, perhaps from the 1860s. Then I notice an addition, on the front, with its Eastlake details, probably from the 1880s. A very interesting sample.

    What do you suppose the small buildings in the backyard, specifically the brick, are?

  10. Avatarbecky says: 80 comments
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    bass lake, CA

    Please box this house up and mail to me ASAP! I live in California


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