The Barnyard Boyne is a charming house that exudes a warm and inviting atmosphere. One of the standout features of this house is the updated vinyl windows that help keep the house warm and inviting. The original wood window has been modernized to be thermal, which allows the beauty of the original window to shine through while also providing energy efficiency.
The bright bathroom has undergone recent renovations with modern fixtures and beautiful tile work, creating a spa-like ambiance.
The house features beautiful hardwood floors throughout, adding to its warm and comfortable cabin-like feel. The natural wood gives the house a cozy atmosphere, making it the perfect place to come home to after a long day.
There is ample storage space for all your belongings, so you don’t have to worry about clutter. The house has been designed to maximize space while maintaining its snug and comfortable feel.
Able to move in June 2024, Don’t miss out on the opportunity to
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Built in 1957, this 3 bedroom home has main level entry living and 2 more bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs to complete the package.
This one should tick all of the boxes for a renovator or anyone looking to gain some sweat equity and is close to a barge location to take it to that remote vacation property you may have.
Come for the charm, stay for the potential. Call or email your local office to schedule a viewing!
These two post-Victorian historic homes are being offered for a local house move as a matched pair. Truly original and chocked full of beautiful architectural details, these houses would make for amazing historical rentals or vacation homes, or as urban architectural gems within the City of Monroe itself. We have priced the homes at $150,000 if moved at the same time ($75,000 each). As they are significant as a pair, we hope they can be kept together. Please inquire for price if only moving one.
The Buck Family in 1900 included Siralpha A. Buck and his wife Adeline. Beginning in 1894, he employed many men at Buck’s Shingle Mill on Woods Creek and provided utilities for the city through his Monroe Water and Light Company. Buck Island, in Al Borlin Park, is named after him.
The two Buck homes where the family lived are still standing at 143 and 135 Ann Street. They are exact twins of each other and were crafted in a simple farmhouse style. They have wrap-around porches supported by columns, bay windows downstairs and narrow windows upstairs. The historical society is launching an effort to move the homes before they are torn down for multi-family housing.
Please call your local office today for more information and to arrange to view these historical beauties!
Here is an article about the House Rescue efforts on these wonderful houses!
NOTE: If width is a factor along your destination route it is possible to cut off the side porch (saving columns and architectural details and reinstalling them later). This would reduce the width to approximately 28 feet wide (from 34 feet).
This charming oak bay cottage is well loved and the cream of the crop! With a new cherrywood kitchen, coved ceilings, newly painted and a new roof, it’s ready to live in! This is a very cute secondary building or double the size by putting it on a full basement.
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This remarkable Brick Tudor style house is a one-of-a-kind home with gobs of character and unusual features. The most prominent character feature is a lodge-style “Moose Room” (see photos) giving rise to the name of the house, the “Redmond Moose House.”
At 1,480 sq/ft on the main floor, this house is already spacious and well laid out. However, as you will see in the photos there is an unfinished attic space that is easily convertible to additional living space (and accessible via a real staircase). In addition, one could place the house on a full daylight basement to double the square-footage to roughly 2,900 sq/ft.
The interesting home is packed full of beautiful details like hardwood inlaid floors, leaded glass windows, charming tiled kitchen & bathroom and tons of built-ins and cubbies. You will not find a house anywhere else in the world that is quite like this!
We would suggest to remove the brick and siding with another material would be a cost-effective choice in this case and would make the price more negotiable.
We *love* this house and think you will love it too! Please contact the Washington office for a tour! Located in Redmond, WA, this is *STRICTLY* a local-only move. If you have property in Redmond or If you know anyone who has property in Redmond, please let them know about this one-of-a-kind find!
Charming, Heritage style shingle cottage. This waterfront home features Hardwood floors, box-, beam ceilings and large open rooms with 9 ft ceiling. Its history is further revealed through leaded glass doors, original hardware and traditional wood double hung windows. The upstairs features an additional bathroom and three more bedrooms. Perfect for that waterfront getaway.
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