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    424 Walden Ave

    Harriman, TN 37748
    • $400,000
    • STATUS: Active Under Contract
    • ON SITE: 64 days
    • ID#: 1124535
    Under Contract
    UPDATED: 68 min ago
    $400,000
    • 7
      BEDS
    • N/A
      ACRES
    • 4
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
    • 5,020
      SQFT
    • $80
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1900
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    Area:

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    Description

    Built in 1900, Lovely Queen Ann Victorian House is listed on National Register of Historic Places. Classic design elements like wrap around porch with Tuscan columns, solid copper turrets and bay window caps, double oak pocket doors, brass hardware, bronze and crystal chandeliers gracing main floor. Entertainers delight: Butlers pantry offering stained glass window, large eat-in kitchen with hickory cabinets, island w/gas range, two built-in convention ovens. Many upgrades including lavish bathrooms (2008), crown mold (2008), kitchen updated (2008), Navien Tankless Water Heater, 40 yr roof (2006), 3 HVAC units (2016,2012), chimneys rebuilt/realigned (2015), all plumbing/ electrical replaced, radiators (2007). Brick courtyard/patio leads to 3 car garage and workshop. MUCH MORE...Attributes: 1 National Historic Registry of Historic Places State of Tennessee - Approved 1992 2 House Circa: built sometime between 1892 and 1894 3 House builder: Brown Brothers Construction of Knoxville, TN 4 House Style or Construction: Classic Queen Anne Victorian 5 House featured on Wikipedia.com Harriman, Tennessee Webpage 6 House featured on State of Tennessee travel and vacation brochures of places to see and visit 7 House pictured in a Victorian Magazine article in 1994 8 Only house in Harriman with the original remaining hitching post in the yard (at the curb of the street). All the other hitching posts were removed during the 1930's 9 3-story home with large wrap around porch and Tuscan columns 10 Solid copper turret and copper bay window caps 11 Exterior corbels adorn second and third floors soffit 12 All interior flooring is either hardwood, clay tile, or marble 13 Original exterior entrance doors of solid oak with beveled glass (1/4" thick) and solid brass hardware (three doors) 14 All exterior and interior doors on first two floors have overhead transoms with brass hardware 15 Crown molding on first two floors (Added in 2008) 16 Zinc (instead of lead) lined bay windows in diamond pattern (in stairwells at second and third floor landings) 17 Original hot-water circulating radiators (for heat) on first and second floors were sandblasted (1985) with upgraded plumbing (2007). Gas furnace was installed in 1983. System is operable but not in use. HVAC units are being used instead. First Floor Description: 1 Lincrusta wallpaper in all rooms with boarders along crown molding representing the Victorian era (Added in 2008) 2 Two formal oak stairwells leading to second floor. Stairwell off formal foyer has seating area in bay window 3 Original main front entrance at the porch has an oak front door with beveled glass window and double adjoining side "light" beveled glass windows that open from the inside side with solid brass hardware. Custom Pella storm door. Solid brass and frosted glass lighting from Synagogue in San Francisco, CA 4 Front entrance door opens into an air lock or mud room with built-in oak bench (has lid and storage underneath), with double swinging oak doors with beveled glass windows. 5 Formal foyer with original oak fireplace mantel and cast iron fireplace insert. Small "powder" or sitting room off foyer with large beveled glass window, and large oak door with brass hardware. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandeliers in the powder room and foyer. Foyer has solid brass and crystal light, and the powder room has solid brass and milk glass. Ceiling bracing installed for both lights due to weight of light. 6 Formal parlor or living room with double oak pocket doors and brass hardware. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandelier (Solid brass and milk glass) . Ceiling bracing installed due to weight of light. Custom marble fireplace insert and hearth. . 7 Formal dining room with double oak pocket doors and brass hardware. Dining room has formal entry from living room and foyer. The butler's pantry providing tons of storage has stained glass windows separating the kitchen and dining room for formal entertaining. Butler's pantry has lead crystal prisms. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandelier (Solid bronze and crystal). Ceiling bracing installed due to weight of light. 8 Family room with gas log fireplace is off the kitchen and has a separate entrance door to outside. Gas logs installed in 2008. Hunter Ceiling fan is replica or reproduction from the 1896 World Fair Exhibition Collection. No longer in production. Ceiling brace installed for weight. Antique ceiling light is from auction in San Francisco circa 1910 (pre-earthquake). 9 Laundry room with large butler pantry and storage closet. Ceramic clay tile flooring. 10 Large eat-in kitchen with hickory cabinets (including easy guide drawers), cooking island with gas range and exhaust hood, built-in double convection ovens and microwave. All custom counter-tops are Quartz. All appliances are Stainless Steel Kitchenaid Pro Series. Large storage closet for staples and canned goods. Waverly "French Snooty Chefs, Wine labels, and Landmarks" vinyl wall paper on walls. Kitchen completely remodeled in 2008. 11 Partial concrete/block/dirt basement and cellar is accessible from the kitchen, through door and stairwell. HVAC air handlers for first and second floors, Navien Condensing Tankless Hot Water Heater (Gas), and gas furnace for hot water circulating radiators are located in the basement/cellar. 12 One-full bathroom with lavish fixtures and gold-plated hardware. Kohler pedestal sink and super flush toilet. Custom walk-in shower with rain head, hand held sprayer, seat, and brass double glass doors. Gold plate ceramic tile walls and shower floor. Original "glue chip" privacy glass window from when the home was built. Bathroom remodeled and upgraded in 2008. Second Floor Description: 1 4-bedrooms with lighting in closets - two of the bedrooms are connecting. Master bedroom has walk-in closet. 2 2nd floor hallway has butler pantry closet for linen/towel storage.

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    424 Walden Ave Harriman, TN 37748

    • Price: $400,000
    • Status: Active Under Contract
    • Updated: 68 min ago
    • ID#: 1124535
    7
    Beds
    4
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    N/A
    Acres
    5,020
    SQFT
    $80
    $/SQFT
    1900
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Cornstalk Heights
    County:
    Roane
    Area:
    Harriman
    Elementary School:
    Bowers
    Middle School:
    Harriman
    High School:
    Harriman
    Property Description
    Built in 1900, Lovely Queen Ann Victorian House is listed on National Register of Historic Places. Classic design elements like wrap around porch with Tuscan columns, solid copper turrets and bay window caps, double oak pocket doors, brass hardware, bronze and crystal chandeliers gracing main floor. Entertainers delight: Butlers pantry offering stained glass window, large eat-in kitchen with hickory cabinets, island w/gas range, two built-in convention ovens. Many upgrades including lavish bathrooms (2008), crown mold (2008), kitchen updated (2008), Navien Tankless Water Heater, 40 yr roof (2006), 3 HVAC units (2016,2012), chimneys rebuilt/realigned (2015), all plumbing/ electrical replaced, radiators (2007). Brick courtyard/patio leads to 3 car garage and workshop. MUCH MORE...Attributes: 1 National Historic Registry of Historic Places State of Tennessee - Approved 1992 2 House Circa: built sometime between 1892 and 1894 3 House builder: Brown Brothers Construction of Knoxville, TN 4 House Style or Construction: Classic Queen Anne Victorian 5 House featured on Wikipedia.com Harriman, Tennessee Webpage 6 House featured on State of Tennessee travel and vacation brochures of places to see and visit 7 House pictured in a Victorian Magazine article in 1994 8 Only house in Harriman with the original remaining hitching post in the yard (at the curb of the street). All the other hitching posts were removed during the 1930's 9 3-story home with large wrap around porch and Tuscan columns 10 Solid copper turret and copper bay window caps 11 Exterior corbels adorn second and third floors soffit 12 All interior flooring is either hardwood, clay tile, or marble 13 Original exterior entrance doors of solid oak with beveled glass (1/4" thick) and solid brass hardware (three doors) 14 All exterior and interior doors on first two floors have overhead transoms with brass hardware 15 Crown molding on first two floors (Added in 2008) 16 Zinc (instead of lead) lined bay windows in diamond pattern (in stairwells at second and third floor landings) 17 Original hot-water circulating radiators (for heat) on first and second floors were sandblasted (1985) with upgraded plumbing (2007). Gas furnace was installed in 1983. System is operable but not in use. HVAC units are being used instead. First Floor Description: 1 Lincrusta wallpaper in all rooms with boarders along crown molding representing the Victorian era (Added in 2008) 2 Two formal oak stairwells leading to second floor. Stairwell off formal foyer has seating area in bay window 3 Original main front entrance at the porch has an oak front door with beveled glass window and double adjoining side "light" beveled glass windows that open from the inside side with solid brass hardware. Custom Pella storm door. Solid brass and frosted glass lighting from Synagogue in San Francisco, CA 4 Front entrance door opens into an air lock or mud room with built-in oak bench (has lid and storage underneath), with double swinging oak doors with beveled glass windows. 5 Formal foyer with original oak fireplace mantel and cast iron fireplace insert. Small "powder" or sitting room off foyer with large beveled glass window, and large oak door with brass hardware. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandeliers in the powder room and foyer. Foyer has solid brass and crystal light, and the powder room has solid brass and milk glass. Ceiling bracing installed for both lights due to weight of light. 6 Formal parlor or living room with double oak pocket doors and brass hardware. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandelier (Solid brass and milk glass) . Ceiling bracing installed due to weight of light. Custom marble fireplace insert and hearth. . 7 Formal dining room with double oak pocket doors and brass hardware. Dining room has formal entry from living room and foyer. The butler's pantry providing tons of storage has stained glass windows separating the kitchen and dining room for formal entertaining. Butler's pantry has lead crystal prisms. Stokes Lighting Center Smithsonian Whitehouse Replica Lighting Chandelier (Solid bronze and crystal). Ceiling bracing installed due to weight of light. 8 Family room with gas log fireplace is off the kitchen and has a separate entrance door to outside. Gas logs installed in 2008. Hunter Ceiling fan is replica or reproduction from the 1896 World Fair Exhibition Collection. No longer in production. Ceiling brace installed for weight. Antique ceiling light is from auction in San Francisco circa 1910 (pre-earthquake). 9 Laundry room with large butler pantry and storage closet. Ceramic clay tile flooring. 10 Large eat-in kitchen with hickory cabinets (including easy guide drawers), cooking island with gas range and exhaust hood, built-in double convection ovens and microwave. All custom counter-tops are Quartz. All appliances are Stainless Steel Kitchenaid Pro Series. Large storage closet for staples and canned goods. Waverly "French Snooty Chefs, Wine labels, and Landmarks" vinyl wall paper on walls. Kitchen completely remodeled in 2008. 11 Partial concrete/block/dirt basement and cellar is accessible from the kitchen, through door and stairwell. HVAC air handlers for first and second floors, Navien Condensing Tankless Hot Water Heater (Gas), and gas furnace for hot water circulating radiators are located in the basement/cellar. 12 One-full bathroom with lavish fixtures and gold-plated hardware. Kohler pedestal sink and super flush toilet. Custom walk-in shower with rain head, hand held sprayer, seat, and brass double glass doors. Gold plate ceramic tile walls and shower floor. Original "glue chip" privacy glass window from when the home was built. Bathroom remodeled and upgraded in 2008. Second Floor Description: 1 4-bedrooms with lighting in closets - two of the bedrooms are connecting. Master bedroom has walk-in closet. 2 2nd floor hallway has butler pantry closet for linen/towel storage.
    Exterior Features

    Attached Or Detached Type Detached Construction BlockFrame Exterior Features PatioPorch - CoveredProf LandscapedWindows - StormWindows - Wood Garage Parking 3 Car GarageDetachedGarage Door Opener Lot Description Irregular Lot Size 30 X 130 IRR Out Buildings Detached Workshop Siding Aluminum SidingVinyl Style Victorian Type 2 1/2 Story

    Interior Features

    Appliances CompactorDishwasherDisposalMicrowaveRange/OvenRefrigeratorSecurity AlarmSelf Cleaning OvenSmoke DetectorTankless Wtr Htr Basement Unfinished Basement YN Yes Bonus Room No Cooling Central Cooling Dining Area Eat-In KitchenFormal Dining Area Fireplace Type BrickGas LogsMarbleOther Fireplace YN Yes Fireplaces 2.00 Floors HardwoodMarbleTile Fuel ElectricOther Fuel Heat CentralOther Heat Type Misc Features Island in KitchenPantryWalk-In ShowerWasher/Dryer ConnectWhirlpool Tub Other Rooms Addl Living QuarterExtra StorageLaundry/UtilityWorkshop Rooms 13 Sq Ft Down Level 0.00 Sq Ft Main Level 2040.00 Sq Ft Second Level 1676.00 Sq Ft Third Level 1304.00

    Property Features

    Auction YN No City County Code City Limits City Taxes 592.92 Community Amenities Architect RestrictedSidewalks County Taxes 1151.82 Extra Storage Yes HOA No In Sub Yes New Financing CashConventionalFhaNew LoanVa Loan Property Status N/A Pud YN No Residential Sub Type Residential Restrictions Yes Site Built Yes Sq Ft Source Appraisal Total Tax 1744.74

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