1890 Queen Anne Victorian In Astoria Oregon

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1890 Queen Anne Victorian In Astoria Oregon

1890 Queen Anne Victorian In Astoria Oregon

$799,000

SOLD

682 34th Street, Astoria, Oregon, 97103

3 baths ¦ 5 beds ¦ 4,602 sq ft ¦ 0.5 acres or less

Queen Anne, Victorian

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Realtor Information:

Ann Samuelson ¦ Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty ¦ ann.samuelson@cascadesir.com ¦ (503) 440-6233


About This 1890 Queen Anne Victorian In Astoria Oregon

The Historic Holmes Residence in Astoria is one of the crown jewels in Astoria’s inventory of extraordinary Queen Anne Victorian properties. With over 4,300 square feet, this elegant, sweeping Columbia River view home is situated on a .51 acre corner lot. Original museum quality woodwork, large, formal rooms. This exceptional home is elegance defined.

From the time it was originally built to the time that owners performed restoration the attention to detail in this home is amazing. Upper level attic space could possibly be converted into a master suite.

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  1. I live near this house! They just put in a new foundation. Ouch. Considering the sale price a couple of years ago was around $699,000. It’s even more beautiful in person. Very well-loved. Which is good. Because these old ladies are super high-maintenance. I know, mine was built in 1913!

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