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c. 1893 Stick in Red Wing, MN


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Added to OHD on 9/18/23   -   Last OHD Update: 9/18/23

910 W 4th St, Red Wing, MN 55066

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  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2538 Sq Ft
  • 0.20 Ac.
National Register Property
Historic home with amazing curb appeal. The main level features a Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Sitting Room, Eat in Kitchen with Walk-In Pantry, Family room, Mud Room, covered Front Porch and Foyer with a Grand Open Staircase with stained glass window leading to the upper level. There is also a Bedroom on the Main Level with a large Walk-In closet that could be an Office or a Changing Room. A full bath is located off the Family Room. The upper level has 3 bedrooms, an Office, Walk-Thru Full Bath with separate shower and claw-foot tub, a Deck and staircase to the unfinished attic. Main level ceilings are over 9’, upper-level ceilings are 8’5”. Original moldings and vintage light fixtures throughout the house. Laundry and utilities located on unfinished lower level. Wood privacy fence encloses back and side yards. An oversized 2 car garage designed to complement the home is located with alley access. This is an extraordinary home, respectfully preserved but updated for modern living.
Listed With

John Rohan, Keller Williams Preferred Realty :: (651) 388-1995

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5 days ago

Lovely house with an especially nice staircase. Kudos to the owners for their hard work in the conversion/ restoration. The City of Red Wing has one of the best mapping sites I’ve seen, including a Sanborn viewer. The house appears extant in the 1891 Sanborn, although it appears to have been modified in later editions of the maps. Interior elements seem to jibe with the later build date, but the Stick exterior makes me wonder.

5 days ago

The previous house on this site (which was erected in 1873) burned almost to the ground in 1893. All newspaper accounts of the construction refer to the “new residence” put up for John Phillips with a construction cost that coincides with a house of this size. So yes there is a structure with a similar but not identical footprint on the 1891 Sanborn map. (I own the house and worked as a historic preservation planner in Red Wing for many years. There are several homes from 1893-85 that share the same sort of simplified Stick Style/Queen Anne type detailing.)

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5 days ago

Ahh, that makes sense. Best of luck with the sale of your beautiful house.

4 days ago

Great looking home! I like the colors, especially the dark burgandy trim around the windows and high in the gable on the attic. I like to see the original radiators, like the one in the entry.

4 days ago

Well loved home! Nicely done!

3 days ago

Perfection! Neat as a pin, indoors and out. I didn’t see the gorgous floor mosaic in the front hall (photo #7) previously. Gorgeous!

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