224 Cedar Street

  • $899,000
224, Cedar Street, Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho, 83873, United States
Featured For Sale National Register of Historic Places
224, Cedar Street, Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho, 83873, United States
  • $899,000

Description

If only walls could talk. It was 1890’s, Amasa Campbell along with his partners John Finch and Patsy Clark were making it big in the Silver Valley investing in the Hecla Mining Company. Amasa and his wife Grace built this home for their family and lived here until they built the Campbell House in Brown’s Addition in Spokane. This 4,487 sqft Queen Ann Victorian home is one of the few homes to make it thru the 1910 fire and is also registered on the National Register of Historic Places.

History aside, this 5 bed 3 bath home has a grand master suite that occupies much of the second story and includes a parlor, private rooftop deck, and office. As many homes of this era there is a main staircase and also one in the back of the home with its own entrance that leads to the 3rd floor which could be easily finished to its own apartment or vacation rental.

The charm of this home is something you have to see to appreciate, it is easy to see why it has been well cared for all this time!

In a town where in 1920 there were more millionaires per capita than anywhere in the United States, Wallace Idaho is now a quite town with a great history. This house is no exception.

The original parcels were sold in May 19, 1890 to Amasa & Grace Campbell from Wallace Townsite Company for $200. The Campbell Family lived in this home, one of the four homes at the corner of 3rd and Cedar streets known to Wallace at the “Four Gracious Ladies” until they build their home in Spokane, WA. They returned to Wallace often for business and to visit family over the years.

In April 23, 1902,  Grace Campbell sold the home to AG Kerns $2,000. Abner (AG) Kerns was an attorney that lived in the home with his wife Martha. His sister Minnie Otterson who ran the Otterson Store and her son John also lived in the home after her husband died.

March 31, 1925, Martha Kerns sold the home to Harry McAllister for $7,500. Harry McCallister was a broker in Stocks and Bonds who lived with his wife Annie McAllister, daughter Harriet and stepson William Wills. Their time in the home was short and they sold to Elizabeth and Harold Hull for $1 in May 22, 1928.

The Hull Family lived in the home the longest from 1928 to 1995. Harold J. Hull was an attorney in town. He and his wife Elizabeth had three boys, Piatt, J Alden, and Harold J. Piatt Hull followed in his father’s footsteps and became an attorney. He and his wife Fanny bought the house from his parents at some point in time and the home was in the family until the Estate of Fanny Hull sole the home in September 1, 1995.

Thomas Magnuson bought the home in 1995 and lived their until October 5, 2000. And is credited in large part for the revival of tourism in Wallace, Idaho he owned the Stardust Motel. He sold in October 5, 2000 to Ron P Roizen and Karen E Roizen. Ron being a local historian and author continues to write about North Idaho history. They sold the home in September 30, 2005 to Gloria Miller.

Gloria Miller moved to the Silver Valley in 2005 to be near her son Bayard Miller. She did much of the remodeling in the home that is as it is today. Monica and Ronald Stone purchase the home from her in 2017.

Details

Property ID
401822
4
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
Square Footage
4487
Lot Size
.17
Year Built
1895
Style
Queen Anne
Updated on August 21, 2022 at 1:36 am

Address

  • Address 224, Cedar Street, Wallace, Shoshone County, Idaho, 83873, United States
  • City Wallace
  • State Idaho
  • Zip/Postal Code 83873
  • Country United States

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