1907 Queen Anne in Montpelier, OH

Added to OHD on 10/30/19   -   Last OHD Update: 10/20/20   -   15 Comments
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335 Empire St, Montpelier, OH 43543

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  • $199,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 6251 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
Beautiful 1907 Queen Anne Victorian home with 5 lots totaling over an ½ acre in town. Offers over 6,200 Sq Ft of living space, 4-5 bedrooms, beautiful quarter sawn oak woodwork, hardwood floors, stick & ball fretwork, stained glass windows, pocket doors, fireplace, granite foundation, huge walk up attic, garage with finished loft & more. One of the nicest & well-maintained properties in the area.
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John Dye, Strong Real Estate Solutions
(419) 485-3208
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16 Comments on 1907 Queen Anne in Montpelier, OH

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  1. This is a big beautiful home with great architectural features inside and out. However, the extra parking lot along with the wheelchair ramp and the additional garages makes me think funeral home. I couldn’t read the sign in the front yard but the subdued decor, drapes and furnishings are all very traditional to a funeral home.

  2. MJGMJG says: 2375 comments
    OHD Supporter


    I can’t believe how green that lawn is! A lot of unique woodwork in this house. Mostly cosmetic. Looks like someone cut open a wider door on picture 13 and 15 sadly but I’m sure that can be undone. I love the old 1910s to 1920s light fixtures.

    I’d buy this and convert it back into a house. I don’t get into ghost stories so what it is now wouldn’t bug me.

    Cool house.

  3. MichaelMichael says: 2948 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    I love the railings on the stairs. I would have thought they would have continued them on the upper floor as well?!?

  4. Beatiful house! My first thought was funeral home as well. The inside could be as beautiful as the outside but is very subdued. I would home the original fireplace surround is tucked away somewhere. I would change the large opening in the first few pics to a pocket doors and replace the trim surround, hopefully tucked away with the fireplace surround. Very solid looking home and kept in very good condition and bet there is some beautiful floors under the carpet to die for, lol! Love those built in cabinets on what I believe to be the kitchen area. Love to own it, but whomever gets it will certainly have a quality home.

  5. Scott CunninghamScott Cunningham says: 394 comments
    1856 Tudor (fmr Victorian)
    Leavenworth , KS

    What a gem… In the price sure is right… First order of business: buy the parking lot next-door and do something with it… Like perhaps a proper carriage house

    • DianeEGDianeEG says: 569 comments
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      1896 Farmhouse W/Swedish roots
      Rural, IL

      I’m not sure that the parking lot isn’t already a part of the listing. The .26 ac. and the “5 lots equaling 1/2 acre” makes it confusing. Perhaps the additional acreage is another option package. I don’t think the funeral nitty gritty business was accomplished in the basement but in the white buildings to the rear. (wonder if they were actually modernized carriage houses) Those additions could be some super he-shed/she-shed/family space. Besides taking out the carpet, false ceilings and other decorative changes – it looks to have been well kept. My vote is to bull doze the parking lot and landscape – should anyone be taking a vote.

    • JohnJohn says: 1 comments

      The parking lot comes with it as does 3 other lots!

  6. MandyMandy says: 88 comments
    Edmonds, WA

    Love the period light fixtures.

  7. RandyBRandyB says: 1 comments

    This is a beautiful place it’s been a funeral home as long as I’ve known it I’m 54 yrs most of my family that has passed has had there funerals there . If who ever buys it hope they either keep it as a funeral home with the living quarters up above it or if someone does buy that they don’t ruin the outdoors except the parking lot into a yard maybe .

    • ErnieErnie says: 325 comments

      I was wondering why they didn’t mention what it was being used for & why it would require such a large parking area. The building doesn’t seem large enough for a funeral home, but seeing that sign in the yard I figured it probably was a funeral home.


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