Rare piece of history in this former Presbyterian Church with historic marker. Needs lots of TLC, sold as is. Would be a wonderful home or wedding chapel. Also for sale across the street is 341 Pietzsch- old Victorian featured in recent Hollywood movie. Both could be works of pride with restoration. Bartletts brick streets bring back time & would be great antique business opportunity with wedding chapel & victoria home. Just short drive to Salado, Georgetown, Austin.
VERY RARE Victorian ready for renovations on charming almost-1/2-acre lot in Bartlett! Currently leased to a short-term tenant. Diamond in the rough that has had updated roofing, some plumbing etc work including exterior paint. Orig fixtures, coal-fireplaces (2), trim & exposed shipboard wall/ceilings inside ready for finish. Was the primary movie location for the award-winning movie in Bartlett “Kings of the Evening”. Also for sale is 346 Pietzsch, vintage church!
1894 Victorian Charmer! The dignity, mystery, and excitement of this gracious Victorian needs to be restored, but it’ll be worth the effort! There are 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 7 fireplaces and exquisite detailing and arches. Home also features formal dining and living room, sun-filled kitchen, office, spacious entry/receiving room, original hardwood floors, and huge front porch. The spacious back yard features fenced in area, pottery barn, gazebo, and mature landscaping. Sits on a desirable .81 ac shaded lot. It’s available now with excellent financing and a price far less than any new cookie-cutter home. Your piece of history is waiting!!
From 2008: The Rocky Edge Estate was established in 1920 by Chapman J. Root, famous inventor of the green Coca-Cola bottle. This is an authentic piece of American history. Schedule an appointment and take the time to view this home today. The current owners have started with some rehab so this fine estate home is just waiting for you to finish what they have started.
Once in a lifetime opportunity to own piece of Chester County history & one of the few octagon homes that still exist in the United States today. This unique home was added to the National Register of Historic Homes in 1973. The “Lukens Pierce House”, also known as the “Fallowfield Octagonal House” is located northwest of Ercildoun. An octagonal cupola, low pitched hip roof & wide eaves are signature features of these unique style houses. This light and bright home also features original hardwood floors (most have been refinished), 10ft ceilings & 2nd floor Laundry. First floor consists of spacious Living Room, Large Dining Room, remodeled Kitchen, & office with built-ins. Kitchen features granite tops, honey onyx backsplash, island, refinished cabinets & rear stairs. Both baths have been remodeled & Master Bath renovation includes travertine floor, double vanity & jetted soaking tub. Enjoy beautiful country views from the sun-soaked finished attic with several pop-open windows for plenty of natural light.…More
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own Castle? Totally private, surrounded by almost 50 acres of woods.beautiful property can be your personal sanctuary! This castle needs total renovation, but has great bones and with a little love and attention, renovation can make your fairytail come true! Guest house on property makes this property even more inviting! Come take a look, you won’t find another castle at this price! You won’t be disappointed! Property sold AS IS.…More
Restorators Dream!! Turn of the century charm and appeal abound on this Historic property. 1.43 pastoral acres includes 2,400 sq. ft. Queen Anne Style Victorian home, 3 story barn/stable & carriage house. Property is on Baltimore County Historic Property Registry. Property being sold AS-IS, seller will make no repairs. Include As-Is Addendum with offer. Eligible for historic tax credit program.
History and Architecture will amaze you in this Victorian Queen Anne home with original wood workk, crown moldings, flooring, and fireplace mantle. A home that was part of the early history of Fort Worth. This home will need some work, but will be a work of love and satisfaction when done. She will shine again on the Trinity Bluffs with the right buyer. Designated Historical Home and know as The Harvey House.
I was a great lady in 1865, built by HH Andresen, a proud example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. It broke my heart when I was converted to 12 apartments in the 1920s; my original features like pocket doors & fireplaces were stripped away. My interior is in still in that footprint. I have no working electric, plumbing, heat & need a roof + lots of love! I am being sold “as-is”. My best features are nice river views, my original stairway & woodwork remain. I likely will have to be a cash sale, “statement of funds” is needed before I can be shown. Some rehab money available thro city.