1896 George F. Barber Designed Victorian Home With Unique Chimney Design Lists For Just $219,000!

Nicely updated and renovated 3 bedroom 2 & half bath Queen Anne Victorian home that never lost its character & charm. Architect was George F Barber. Updated plumbing, electric, kitchen and laundry on 2nd floor. Yet it features a grand front staircase, beautiful woodwork, stain glass windows, 2 ornate fireplaces, balcony and chimney stack with inlayed window. Fenced in back yard makes a great place for pets. Also, includes play set, large shed and deck for relaxing. Saegertown Schools.

Listed by:

Dennis Zahora 814-573-0205 Howard Hanna BK Meadville 814-724-1100


Property Information:

$219,000, 3 bd, 3 ba, 2,400 sqft

352 Euclid Ave, Saegertown, PA 16433




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