To the Rescue : Won’t Someone Drop $32,500 to Save This Lovely Queen Anne?

Tuesday, January 13, 2015, by Jenny Xie
queen1.jpgPhoto by Wendy LaVancha via This Old House

This 1894 Queen Anne in rural Henderson, New York has sat empty for the past 20 years, but now, for $ 32,500, some enterprising folks can save the home before it’;s too late. The 4-bedroom home was actually one of the first versions of the early 20th-century Sears Catalog Homes, which, as the name suggests, involved shipping prospective homeowners a whole kit of materials needed to build a new house. While this home no longer has its original wraparound porch, plenty of original details are still intact, including the 3-story turret and the pine staircase inside.

Here’;s a brief breakdown of the challenge: the house currently has water and electricity, but it will need upgraded systems and a new roof. The siding is salvageable, but there are no windows at all. Head over to This Old House for all the details.

queen2.jpgPhoto by Wendy LaVancha via This Old House

queen3.jpgPhoto by Wendy LaVancha via This Old House

· Save This Old House: New York Queen Anne [This Old House]
· All Preservation Watch posts [Curbed National]
· All On the Market posts [Curbed National]

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