There is some beautiful stained glass in this house! Love the staircase also. This home was built in 1892. It is located in Keyser, West Virginia. The home has original hardwood floors, a grand staircase with intricate newel posts, metal roof, and a juliet balcony. The home is situated next door to the Candlewyck Inn. The plumbing and electric have been updated. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,693 square feet. $189,000 New price: $169,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Once home to the “Rich and Famous” when Keyser was booming and wealthier residents built Stylish and Massive homes. Originally built in 1892 as a large single family residence with income producing potential. An interesting mix of architectural amentities; Steep interlocking metal roof butted up against a three story Queen Anne Tower. Original sliding oak pocket doors, dated (bowed) glass windows, 11′ ceilings, solid oak floors and trim, hand crafted staircase with stained glass windows and all fireplace mantles intact. All plumbing fixtures and electrical elements have been updated, replacement windows and new vinyl siding installed and a new “high energy efficient” gas furnace has been added. This massive 20 room Victorian is located next to the Candlewyck Inn with high traffic volume for Commercial Use. The staircase still has it’s original hand crafted balustrade banisters and the front yard features large shade trees with a Classic Iron Rail Fence, which makes it even more stately and impressive.
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