Historic House Listings

Off market. Love this! I love the exterior color! Circa, 1883 in Indiana. $179,900

May 5, 2018

I love this exterior color scheme! There is so much unpainted wood. Built by H.H. Arnold in 1883. He was a local entrepreneur in Huntington, Indiana. The murals in the house were painted in the 1930’s. The front parlor has original Wilton style wool woven carpet. The full attic even has original stained glass and 1,700 square feet of storage! Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,622 square feet. $194,500 New Price, $184,500 New Price: $179,900

From the Zillow listing:


Built in 1883 by H.H. Arnold, a local Huntington entrepreneur, this beautiful combination of Stick Style and Queen Anne home is something to behold. From the large ornate foyer to the upper level bath, everything in between is drenched in a charming combination of cherry and oak woodwork. You will find ample living space as the home has over 3,600 square feet of above grade living space including four huge bedrooms and 2 incredible bathrooms. Come and see stately foyer which features the original glass chandelier, hand touched murals painted in the 1930’s, leaded art glass windows including a beautiful floral design creeping up the walls, and many ornate hand carved details which truly make this home regal. The living room features beautiful flooring and split chimney fireplace complete with leaded glass window. The front parlor features a prominent bay window and original Wilton style woven wool carpet. The library is complete with oak woodwork and oak basket weave parquet flooring accented with walnut and cherry. Large dining room will take your breath away with the classical dado and period brass gas and electric chandelier. The adjoining butler’s pantry retains the original cabinetry in oak and ash. The kitchen is perfect for everyday use while maintaining the overall feel for the home. All six fireplaces are original to the house and have original finishes and tiles. Main floor rooms feature splendid functional pocket doors which have matching wood to adjacent rooms. The owner’s bedroom features its own fireplace and large sitting area for relaxation while the 3 other upper level bedrooms provide ample space. Even the full attic has stained glass and over 1,700 square feet of storage space. Schedule your own personal tour as you simply must see it in person.

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