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Historic Queen Anne features incredible woodworking for $425K

Located in Waco, Texas

Photos by Picture it Sold–Waco, courtesy of Kaitlyn Cates of Magnolia Realty

Waco, Texas, has experienced a revival over the past four years, in large part thanks to Joanna and Chip Gaines’s hit HGTV show Fixer Upper. Read about how Waco has changed over here, and check out the latest Waco-related news to cross our desk: This five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath historic house for sale.

Constructed in 1903 and known as the Howard House, the Queen Anne style Victorian boasts a gorgeous wraparound deck, dreamy turret, and decorative fish scaling on the exterior. Inside, visitors are welcomed with an astounding amount of detailed fretwork that was imported from France.

The house is notable for all of its woodwork, including the spiral three-story staircase, hardwood floors, and extensive wooden trim. Stained and beveled glass windows add to the charm, while multiple original fireplaces add coziness. An updated kitchen features marble countertops and stainless steel appliances, and the home also includes a wine cellar.

If you’ve been dreaming of a historic home, 800 Avenue East is on the market now for $425,000.

A grand and open hallway welcomes guests.
Fretwork imported from France is throughout the home.
One of multiple original fireplaces.
An updated kitchen features marble countertops.
An upstairs bedroom also boasts a fireplace.
Looking out from the turret.