by Elizabeth Finkelstein
Many, many thanks to Joe for sending me these two absolutely stunning homes for sale in Cambria, WI, which are for sale for a song! Joe actually used to own the house at 124 Mary Street, and he did so much research into it that he even up writing a Wikipedia entry on the architect, David R. Jones, who designed many homes in Cambria.
The homes are across the street from one another. Someone please snatch these beauties up!
124 Mary St, Cambria, WI
Asking Price: $84,900
4 beds 1 bath 1,818 sq.ft.
Full listing available at Century 21
Take in the charm of this late 1800’s Victorian home. Take pleasure in all the intricate details this home offers. Welcomed by a circular foyer dressed w/ parquet wood flrs, extra wide trim & a curved door. Walk up attic, built-in double china hutch, high ceilings, balcony, large covered porch w/ swing, storage shed + rm for a garage. Updates include roof, furnace (5yrs), shower, toilet & vanity (5yrs), some plumbing, kitchen walls/ceiling & wiring has been updated to breakers too! UHP Warranty Included! DR Jones is the architect, who also designed the Wisconsin State Capital!
115 Mary St, Cambria, WI
Asking Price: $49,900
4 beds 2 baths 2,092 sq.ft.
Full listing available at Zillow, courtesy of Stark Company, Realtors
UNBELIEVABLE VALUE! Victorian home w/all the gorgeous details: Wrap-around porch, classic light fixtures, quarter-sawn maple stairway, hand-carved column detail; maple floors throughout. 4 huge bdrms., one on main, all w/large closet. Big kitchen, all rooms sunny. Partially fenced backyard, apple tree and perennials. Overgrown perennials near home cut back to allow for new growth next spring! All this for far less than assessed value. “Bones” are great. Your chance to bring beauty back to life.
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AUTHOR ELIZABETH FINKELSTEIN
Elizabeth is the founder of CIRCA and a practicing writer, architectural historian and preservation consultant living in Nyack, NY. Elizabeth has loved historic houses for as long as she can remember, having grown up in an 1850’s Greek Revival gem that was lovingly restored by her parents. Elizabeth, her husband Ethan and their beagle Banjo remain on a relentless hunt for their perfect “Thanksgiving house.”