1893 Queen Anne in Naperville, IL

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110 S Sleight St, Naperville, IL 60540

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  • $800,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 3605 Sq Ft
  • 0.32 Ac.
Winner of multiple awards for appearance, this painted lady Victorian Queen Anne combines elegance with modern functionality. Prime location in the heart of Naperville's Historic District, walking distance to downtown Naperville, close to train, School District 203! Generous room sizes in this 5 bedroom, 3 bath, 3 story home with 3 car garage + loft. Interior features: ornate original woodwork and stained glass windows, beautiful hardwood and custom carpeted floors, authentic wallpaper, pressed tin, and large expanded kitchen with dinette area, bay windows & office space; heated floors in the kitchen, mudroom and 2 of the bathrooms; dining room stenciled mural; 3 sets of pocket doors; alarm system; laundry chute; hidden safe. Exterior features: wrap around porch with screens for the warmer months, organically maintained gardens and lawn, narrow clapboard siding, original weather vane, fish scale shingles, and gingerbread trim. Current owners for 36 years are 4th - You can be the 5th!!! AGENTS AND/OR PROSPECTIVE BUYERS EXPOSED TO COVID 19 OR WITH A COUGH OR FEVER ARE NOT TO ENTER THE HOME UNTIL THEY RECEIVE MEDICAL CLEARANCE.
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Cynthia Fiene-Curfs, Keller Williams Realty Infinity
(630) 901-9491
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12 Comments on 1893 Queen Anne in Naperville, IL

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  1. achamuachamu says: 2 comments

    Absolutely gorgeous!! This house is 10 minutes from me and would definitely buy it if I won the lotto. I love how they kept so much of the original woodwork, so much charm.

  2. BethanyBethany says: 3450 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    Very pretty. Naperville is a very nice affluent Chicago suburb with a direct train line to the city. First listing where I’ve seen a covid-19 restriction on viewing the house; I’m sure we’ll be seeing that more and more.

  3. SueSue says: 531 comments
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    1802 Cape

    I am in love with this house, the yard, the street it sits on…What an enchanting home this is.

  4. leighlevleighlev says: 82 comments
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    1905 victorian vernacular
    Stone Mountain, GA

    Beautiful – inside and out!

  5. MandyMandy says: 86 comments
    Edmonds, WA

    Every room beautiful.

  6. KarenZKarenZ says: 1162 comments
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    Wow-this is really a special house! I would love to be able to sit on the good ant porch. Just charming!

  7. oldavmanoldavman says: 25 comments
    1972 Bi-level
    Jerseyville, IL

    Beautiful home inside. Would be better outside by removing the yew scrubs from in front of the house.

  8. Barbara VBarbara V says: 1202 comments
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    1800 cottage
    Upstate, NY

    Thank you to the realtor for the abundance of gorgeous landscape photos – a very welcome antidote to the dreary Northeast landscape and the troubling state of our world, as well as a reminder that brighter times are ahead…

  9. Beautiful home and furnishings! On top of a full-time maid, I would need a full-time gardener for the lawn but it is gorgeous. I also would have to take down those shrubs that are hiding the beauty in the front of the house.

  10. meclymermeclymer says: 90 comments
    Peoria, AZ

    Oh my gosh, where is my ship when i need it to come in….NOW!! Such a beautiful house!

  11. DianeEGDianeEG says: 561 comments
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    1896 Farmhouse W/Swedish roots
    Rural, IL

    At first I thought the front bushes should go but they actually provide natural privacy for the porch. I expect that’s why they were planted and why they’ve been allowed to be this height. Lovely home and gardens. Amtrak takes me to Naperville where I visit children/grands. Reasonable asking price for the area.

  12. MJGMJG says: 2278 comments
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    Such a treasure trove. Moldings, staircase, doors, stained glass. WOW.

    First thing I would do is remove the hedges along the porch! Regardless of privacy, I prefer not to have plants like that close to the house, promoting rot, insects invasions, nests, mold etc. Plus it really makes for an unpleasant view with all of the sticks of the bushes that are missing their foliage when sitting on the porch. But more, I loath trimming hedges and raking up the trimmings. I spent too many years being a slave to this type of foliage when I was a kid.


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