These 7 Homes Have Stained Glass to Die For!
Beautiful stained glass is a special treat in any old house: the beautiful shadows and glowing colors that emanate from them add a special charm that can’t be duplicated. The one-of-a-kind masterpieces in these homes make a vibrant statement that’s completely unique, just like we like it.
1. 298 Page St, Aviston, IL – $344,900
6 beds/2 baths
3,300 sqft, 0.5 acres
This Twiss House is a gorgeous Queen Anne built by architect George F. Barber. It has earned its place on the National Register with a breathtakingly detailed facade and five sets of gorgeous stained glass throughout.
2. 3825 West 32nd Avenue, Denver, CO – $2,025,000
5 beds/3.5 baths
4,215 sqft, 0.32 acres
A fabulous three story Queen Anne right in the heart of Denver! It offers original woodwork, a stunning staircase, pocket doors, 11′ ceilings, and the most spectacular, vibrant stained glass pieces. The colors are amazing on these!
3. 538 Beaumont Avenue, Harrodsburg, KY – $399,000
5 beds/4.2 baths
5,345 sqft, 0.38 acres
The G.A. Curry House c. 1896 is known for its gorgeous stained glass pieces- there’s a sign right outside that mentions them! The wraparound porch is a nice bonus.
4. 240 N Grand Ave, Pasadena, CA – $4,698,000
8 beds/8 baths
5,982 sqft, 0.52 acres
The Duncan-Irwin House, 1906. This masterwork by Charles and Henry Greene exemplifies the architectural styling of the early California Arts and Crafts movement. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is absolutely full of a diverse range of truly beautiful uses of stained glass.
5. 520 5th St, Catasauqua, PA – $675,000
18 beds/18 baths
24,000 sqft, 0.79 acres
A historic mansion like no other. This 56 room gargantuan is built like a fortress while dripping with delicate details like this one. The real showstopper is the massive Tiffany, yes, Tiffany, stained glass skylight. It is fabulous.
6. 4 St Georges Rd, Baltimore, MD – $699,000
6 beds/4.2 baths
7,561 sqft, 0.08 acres
Chatham Mansion is a 28 room masterpiece named after a home in England and owned by the same family for nearly 70 years. Soaring ceilings, imported wood paneling, nine fireplaces, pocket doors and more are all inside. The icing on the cake is most definitely the fabulous stained glass.
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AUTHOR ALIX ADAMS
Alix is CIRCA’s Properties Manager. She relishes working directly with homeowners and real estate agents to track down new stewards for homes with secrets to keep and stories to tell! On a lifetime mission to visit every great flea market in the world, she’s probably going to need a bigger old house soon.