c. 1870 Italianate in New Knoxville, OH

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Added to OHD on 4/21/20   -   Last OHD Update: 7/31/20   -   13 Comments
Off Market / Archived

323 E Spring St, New Knoxville, OH 45871

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  • $319,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3344 Sq Ft
  • 12.5 Ac.
There is a rich history that comes with this historic home. This is a one of a kind, historical 2-story, with 12ft ceilings on both levels! All original brick, hardwood trim, and doors. This home is waiting for the right owner to restore this piece of history to its original glory. Couple with a 2 car garage, 35x50 workshop, 40x50 barn, and 12.5 acres, this home is unique in every way. 10 of the 12 acres are tillable, and are currently producing income as farm rental. From the high ceilings, original woodwork, summer kitchen, multiple outbuildings, and acreage to spare, this one is a must see!
Contact Information
Scott Parsons, Real Living
(419) 234-7204
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13 Comments on c. 1870 Italianate in New Knoxville, OH

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

    The potential of this house has me swooning! I love the location too. Has anyone ever seen a transom that opens like that before?

  2. JkleebJkleeb says: 304 comments
    Seattle, WA

    No—I love it but not sure how practical it is but I don’t care—it’s beautifully done. Lots to work with here.

  3. ElaineElaine says: 16 comments

    Isn’t this the same place that was for sale several years back? I checked on Zillow and didn’t see a price history on it, but it totally reminds me of another one. It was out in the middle of farm fields, with a really long driveway. I think it was empty and kind of creepy. Does anyone remember it? I’m almost positive it was either in Ohio or Indiana, because to me it looked like it should have been Kansas or somewhere.

  4. MichaelMichael says: 2850 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    Great potential with this one as Bethany said. I love that it has a barn with acreage. The little sister next door looks to be about the same age.

  5. OMG! this is my great great grandfathers home, and my great grandmother was born in this house in 1887! ive been there twice, but never inside the house. that white abomination in front was the front porch, and when I learn how, I will forward a pic of the original family in front from about 1900 showing the porch! ive had a fascination with this house for more years than I can count, but sadly am not in a position to move there and buy it. the town has great history and is off the beaten path a bit as well. I could ramble on aobut this house and the family, but I will spare you all that for now! thanks for sharing this!

  6. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 12137 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Photo from leurquin:

    “This is one of the pics I could find of my great grandmothers family in front of
    that house. She is the young girl in the pic, since she was born in 1887 I figure this pic is about 1900, maybe a tad earlier.”

  7. ElaineElaine says: 16 comments

    That is a totally cool picture. It is so CLEAR! Do you know who the other people were in the picture? Hopefully! It’s awful when you have pictures of your family and you don’t know who they are! And nobody left alive to tell you who they were. My grandmother was born in 1889; I have a picture of her in her HS graduation class, but not as a child, like this one you have. I know you must treasure the picture. Wish you could get this house!!!!!!!!

    • I do know them, but would have to look at my family tree to tell you any of them. the youngest boy went to seminary in WI of all places, and it was a classmate of his that became my great grandfather!

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