Historic House Listings

Sold. Winner of Chicagoland Painted Lady Competition. Circa 1888 in Illinois. $325,000

June 17, 2021

This home was the winner of the 2014 Chicagoland Painted Lady Competition. This is known as the O. & H. Hindsell House. It was built in 1888. It is located in Elgin, Illinois. the home features a covered front porch, balcony, hardwood floors, pocket doors, chair rails, updated kitchen and updated bathrooms. The home has new foundation, new roof, boiler and water heater. The carpeted floors upstairs have hardwood flooring underneath. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,662 square feet. $325,000

Contact Natalia Espinoza with Platinum Realty Services

From the Zillow listing:


This is the diamond you have been looking for to call Home, Classic Historic Charm lives throughout our 5-Bedroom Queen Anne Victorian! She was the Grand Prize Winner of the 2014 Chicagoland Painted Lady Competition, and also featured during the 2016 Elgin Historic House Tour! Come view the original woodwork, refinished hardwood floors, beautiful wood trim and pocket doors. There is a Gorgeous Updated Kitchen with a Sizable Island and Stainless Steel Appliances! View the Original Fireplace, Leaded Glass Windows, and Up and Down Staircases. There are built-ins throughout the home. Renovation upgrades include electric and plumbing, as well as a New Roof, Chimney, High-Efficiency Boiler, Water Heater, Foundation Masonry, Inside/Outside Paint and Rebuilt Porches. TWO Laundry Areas, one in the Basement & one on the 2nd floor. There is a spacious basement with plenty of storage. The huge attic has a walk-up staircase leading to another level waiting to be remodeled. The Bedroom/Office on the first floor and full bath can be a convenience for visitors. The carpet in the bedrooms have been professionally cleaned and cover wood floors. New paver brick driveway, fence, landscaping, and pergola create an inviting yard. Downtown is within walking distance and has new exciting Amenities! SELLER IS MOTIVATED and WELCOMING ALL OFFERS!


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