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Elegant Colonial Revival home asks $425K

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Set on two acres of forests in Wisconsin

An exterior view of a white Colonial Revival style home. There are three stories with dormer windows, ionic columns, a Palladian window, and a curved porch. Photos by Jask Visual courtesy of Emma Kostka

If you’ve been dreaming of an elegant Georgian Revival-style home, check out this five-bedroom, four-bath beauty in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Located just under two hours east of Minneapolis, the 5,656-square-foot home was constructed in 1906 for the owner of a tailoring and drapery establishment.

Reportedly modeled after the home of the president of the Philadelphia Mint, the elaborate, hip-roofed house features a Palladian window on the second story facade and a curved open porch with Ionic columns. It all makes for an impressive first impression, while inside the original oak and yellow birch woodwork offers plenty of detail to ogle.

Other perks include multiple chandeliers, a grand foyer, bay windows, and elegant fireplaces. The home also sits on a wooded two-acre lot, features a partially finished office above the three-car garage, and boasts a pool for summertime fun. Love what you see? 1211 Westwood Court is on the market now for $424,999.

A foyer has a wooden staircase leading to the left, wood floors, and a chandelier hanging from the center.
The grand foyer features intricate woodworking and a chandelier.
A large living room has multiple couches, rugs, a fireplace, and wood floors.
An elaborate fireplace is the focal point of the living room.
A bay window area has wooden benches, wood trim, a coffee table, and pillows.
Built-in benches and wood trim make for a soothing spot to sunbathe.
A bedroom with cream bed, rug, chandelier, and wood-trimmed windows.
Wood-trimmed windows on the second floor.
A white three-car garage has a driveway leading up to it and dormer windows.
A partially finished office lives above the three-story garage.