c. 1891 Queen Anne – Lamberton, MN – $119,000

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Added to OHD on 6/11/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/8/20   -   21 Comments

402 4th Ave W, Lamberton, MN 56152

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  • $119,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2500 Sq Ft
  • 0.32 Ac.
Gorgeous turn of the century historic home. Owners have restored nearly everything. Built from 1891 to 1899. On the National Historic Homes Registry. Queen Anne style home with turret and 10' ft ceilings. Original woodwork and beautiful hardwood floors. 3rd Floor stand-up attic, with space for additional bedroom or playroom. South facing wraparound porch. Walk-out porch from upper level master bedroom. 2 staircases. Gazebo. Detached stucco garage. Double raised lot. Completely restored foundation. New roof, new windows, new insulation. Central A\C, gas furnace. Kitchen is a blank slate for you to design & decorate as you wish. Walk-in pantry with built-in cupboard. Both gas & electric fixtures in place for stove. Victorian Era feel with the comforts of today.
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Tim Cook, Premier Real Estate Services
(320) 259-4554
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21 Comments on c. 1891 Queen Anne – Lamberton, MN – $119,000

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  1. MJGMJG says: 1392 comments
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    This house is beautiful architecturally and very much in its original condition. I’d love to buy this house if it would be this price and in my area of the country.

    The french doors going into the sitting room near the balcony door are most likely put in after the turn of the century. Though they matched the wood perfectly, you can also tell by inspecting the hardware that doesn’t match the rest of the house. Same goes for the odd little door to the closet in the room on the wall of the back stairs. The hinges don’t match the rest on the house and appear to be improperly installed. I wonder what happened here? Was it always a closet? And open sink perhaps at one time?

    Nice house indeed!! Needs a nice rich color scheme.

  2. CharlestonJohnCharlestonJohn says: 1065 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Charleston, SC

    Individually listed on the NRHP as the J.A. Anderson house, this beautiful Queen Anne is just a period correct color scheme away from stopping traffic.


  3. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1039 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    What a pretty, pretty house. Love the bathroom, the tub, and all the cabinets. Something about an s white exterior of an old house I’ve always admired.

    • MikeMike says: 337 comments
      1886 Queen Anne Victorian

      Even though I took my own house from gray/white to 2-tone green, I agree; some houses just look “right” in white. I guess I am prejudiced; my great-grandparents lived in a big old white house much like this one, and some of my happiest times were spent there, growing up in the 60s and 70s.

      • dRbdRb says: 51 comments
        shreveport, LA

        I like most old houses in white, despite what the protocol is. I guess it reminds me of my childhood, where everyone had old houses, but not enough money to get too fancy with the upkeep…

  4. JonJon says: 81 comments

    Now THAT’S a gazebo.

  5. EffieEffie says: 2 comments

    Ok, so unless I’m REALLY missing something, this house doesn’t have a kitchen! That seems like slightly more than a minor oversight…

    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11807 comments

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      That’s a bonus, IMO. No need to tear out something one doesn’t care for or was badly done.

    • MJGMJG says: 1392 comments
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      The room with the Gray painted woodwork technically is the kitchen and the pantry is where the basement door is with cabinets. If done right, that could be a really nice space. Take the virtual tour in the link. Its quite a house. I’m actually amazed that after all these years a modern kitchen wasn’t put in. Though, not sure why there is no sink. Easy to put an original sink here. Some of the late period sinks are actually quite ornate and beautiful. Even for a kitchen.

    • It’s not an “oversight”, merely a project that has remained unfinished after slowly restoring everything else. At least, that is what I am told by the Realtor. I hope to see this house on Sunday.

  6. julie A.julie A. says: 160 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    I was so in awe of the rest of the house that I didn’t even notice there wasn’t a modern kitchen LOL. Who needs one with that beauty of a house….

  7. MikeMike says: 337 comments
    1886 Queen Anne Victorian

    The more I study it, the more I love it. One of my favorites on OHD…

  8. HeepsterHeepster says: 1 comments
    1901 Staten Island, NY

    A beautiful house, but I wouldn’t want to be sitting on the toilet when someone opens the bathroom door! It really needs to be rehung to open outward.

  9. Julles60Julles60 says: 1 comments
    Glen St. Mary, FL

    This beautiful house is smack dab between Walnut Grove and Sleepy Eye. One more reason to love this house!

  10. ALAL says: 254 comments

    It’s a beautiful home and looks to be in great condition. I wonder why the price is so low?

  11. I saw the disclosures on this one. It is a lovely house. The kitchen has to be put in, but the hookups are there. There is no fireplace which is a deal breaker for me as I insist on a woodburning one that would be too costly to build. The laundry is in the basement, but that can be changed. There is no title insurance on the property so for me due to past negative experience on another property in a similar situation, I decided to pass. The house is over 2 hours from the nearest city but some folks really like that. Lamberton is a nice town! I hope they get a buyer soon.


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