Historic House Listings

That staircase! Circa 1873. Almost one acre in Illinois. $239,000

October 27, 2020

That staircase is beautiful! So is the woodwork! This home was built in 1873. It is located on .74 acres in Paris, Illinois. The home has original hardwood floors, transom windows, french doors, and unpainted woodwork. There are multiple staircases in the home. The house has a new roof, updated plumbing and electric, and new HVAC. There are fruit trees, fruit bushes and grapes planted on the property. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,820 square feet. $239,000

Contact Brenda Martin with Keys Realty and Appraisals: 217-822-5636

From the Zillow listing:


Come and see this stunning Victorian two story home built in 1873. This 4 bedroom three and half bath home features a beautiful entryway with impressive curving front staircase, gorgeous crown molding, original woodwork, doors and hardwood flooring throughout. Wonderfully updated kitchen with plenty of cabinets for storage, solid surface countertops and stainless appliances that stay. The main level of this home includes a large family room with wood burning fireplace, sitting room, formal dining room and breakfast room with so much natural light. Laundry room and full bathroom and a Butler’s staircase are also located on Main level. The master bedroom complete with a master bathroom, hardwood flooring and walk in closet is located on the upper level of this home as well as 3 additional nice sized bedrooms and an additional full bathroom. Full unfinished basement with half bath. Wonderful landscaped yard with wrought iron and wood fencing. Owner recently added blueberry, blackberry, raspberry bushes, 2 different types of grapes and a variety of fruit trees at back. Recent improvements include, roof, plumbing, electrical, new bathrooms, kitchen in 2013, Central air installed in upper level 2019, Chimney Rebuilt 2018, updated front porch 2020 and more. So much space and one of a kind charm in this Unique home…..Call today to schedule your private showing!!!


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