1902 Queen Anne in Montezuma, IA – $115,000

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Added to OHD on 9/16/20   -   Last OHD Update: 9/16/20   -   4 Comments
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109 E Washington St, Montezuma, IA 50171

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  • $115,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 1.5 Bath
  • 2309 Sq Ft
  • 0.2 Ac.
Come see this Victorian Two Story! Lots of Natural woodwork with a beautiful staircase off the front entry. Plenty of room for a growing family with 4 bedrooms and 1 and a half baths. Large two car attached garage and a 1 car detach garage. Family room with a wood burning fireplace. Large deck off the back to enjoy your evenings or weekends. With a little TLC this home will build you some great equity in your home! All info obtained from seller & public records.
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Steve Widmer, RE/MAX Precision
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4 Comments on 1902 Queen Anne in Montezuma, IA – $115,000

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  1. I love this old beauty so much I would buy it.

  2. MikeMike says: 370 comments
    1886 Queen Anne Victorian

    First thing I would want to do would be to pull off that 60s siding and see what is hiding under it…hopefully original details, and at least the outline of the missing front porch. Interior pics don’t show much, but it looks like it is in good condition. Restore the exterior with a great color scheme, some landscaping, and this would be a very nice home!

    • MichaelMichael says: 2571 comments
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      Otis Orchards, WA

      Ditto on the siding, Mike! The house has great bones. It looks like a plan book design but I don’t recognize from whom. The details get lost with the “updated” siding.

      • MikeMike says: 370 comments
        1886 Queen Anne Victorian

        This house would be an easy restoration, no structural changes. The worst example of “modernizing” I have ever seen was a house a few blocks from us; it was originally a near-twin to mine (see my profile pic). Sometime in the 60s, the owner modernized it by tearing off the entire roof structure and replacing it with trusses that were 6/12 or less (think MCM Ranch low-pitch). Then he tore off all of the wrap-around porches and replaced them with brick stoops and small awnings…and replaced all of the tall, narrow windows with itty-bitty vertical casement windows that cranked out. Finally, he wrapped the whole thing in wide aluminum siding and congratulated himself on bringing the old, outdated mansion into the 20th century. His masterpiece was torn down about 3 years ago, no one would buy it and the city ended up with it.

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