1910 Classical Revival – Harrisburg, IL – $240,000

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Added to OHD on 10/16/20   -   Last OHD Update: 10/16/20   -   9 Comments
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210 W Walnut St, Harrisburg, IL 62946

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  • $240,000
  • 5 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 4200 Sq Ft
  • 0.26 Ac.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS are met and exceeded when you enter this gorgeous vintage home on one of the last brick-lined streets in Harrisburg. You will be awe struck once you step inside from the sprawling front porch to the interior details of dentil molding, stained wood door and window frames, hardwood floors, pocket doors, interior columns and much more. The first floor features a large welcoming foyer flanked by the formal dining room, living room, den/sunroom, butlers pantry, kitchen and laundry and full bath. There is a sweeping staircase to the 2nd floor with a landing illuminated with natural light thru stained glass windows. The master bedroom has a sitting room attached with access to the upper porch. There are 3 more bedrooms and a bath on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor features a full bath, bedroom and game room area. There is lots of storage in large closets throughout the home and in the unfinished basement and detached garage. Beautiful landscaping completes the package!
Contact Information
Ayn Bartok, All In One Real Estate Company
(618) 925-1204
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9 Comments on 1910 Classical Revival – Harrisburg, IL – $240,000

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  1. PhillipPhillip says: 265 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    It’s striking from the outside and the interior does not disappoint either. That stairwell is just gorgeous. Thank goodness the downstairs woodwork has not been painted. This is a move in and fix a drink house. Very very nice!!

  2. DJZDJZ says: 200 comments
    1947 cape cod
    Glen Burnie, MD

    OK…this has caught my eye! I was grasping my pearls as I was scrolling through the pictures expecting to see the entire interior first floor trim painted, but it wasn’t! That was a welcoming surprise! I love the kitchen and bathrooms! The stained glass and grand staircase and the massive front porches, seems like heaven. If I was to buy this house, id leave the main floor vastly alone, aside from wallpaper removal, but the upstairs, I would strip the trim from the paint and re-finish them, do it one room at a time for minimal dust and be self contained. The house is fantastic, just needs some minor cosmetic updates in my opinion.

    • MattDMattD says: 122 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1870 Classical Revival
      New Orleans, LA

      You may find the wood under the paint on the upstairs trim sub-par. Many Classical Revival homes had painted trim, especially in the upstairs, non-public rooms.

  3. momof5momof5 says: 31 comments

    Those stain glass windows are beautiful.

  4. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11875 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    New agent and photos, updated and reshared.

  5. squirrelyonesquirrelyone says: 64 comments
    1900 Farmhouse
    Davenport, IA

    Love the stained glass, love the woodwork, but what astounds me is the wall border on the ceiling in the one bedroom. I’ve seen it done. I’ve never seen it look good. For whatever reason, though, maybe the shape of the room itself, I think it looks good!

  6. MichaelMichael says: 2671 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    I love the porch with those huge columns. I could see myself on that upper porch with coffee every morning!

  7. Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 585 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Lovely house. Naturally what I like best about it (apart from the woodwork and stained glass) are the numerous windows in Photo 26. One cannot have enough windows!

  8. Can anyone identify the wood making up the floor in photo #15 (in the room with green/floral wallpaper — maybe a butler’s pantry)? Might it be similar to that of the floor and stairs in photo #41 (with the spinning wheel)? The grain and depth of texture of each is so unusual and compelling. Would really love to know!


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