Restoring a Historic Gem: Our Journey to Revive a 19th-Century Queen Anne Victorian House

Overview of restoration project

We recently purchased this stunning Queen Anne Victorian house, which was built in 1837. Over the years, it has served as a fraternity for around 100 years, a barracks in World War II, and a place where horses were sold in the early 1900s. Our family feels incredibly lucky to now own this piece of history and embark on the journey of restoring it to its former glory.

The house has a rich and unique history that we feel privileged to preserve. It’s not just a house to us, it’s a legacy that we want to pass down to future generations. We believe that the restoration process is about more than just fixing up a house. It’s about honoring the people and events that shaped its history.

Challenges of Restoration

Preserving the house’s unique design and history is a daunting task, but we’re up for the challenge. We’re excited to share our progress with visitors and let them see the house in its current state. Even though it’s still in a state of repair, we think it’s important to let people appreciate the house’s beauty and complexity. It’s an integral part of its restoration, and we’re looking forward to hearing stories from visitors who may have a personal connection to the house or its previous occupants.

Our family is amazed by the beauty and complexity of the property. We’re tackling the restoration job ourselves, shoring up the house, painting walls, fixing air leaks, and ensuring proper heating. Although the task can seem overwhelming at times, we take pride in the progress we’ve made so far.

Queen Anne Victorian House Restoration

Restoring a house of this magnitude is no small feat. We’re funding the restoration ourselves, and any donations would be greatly appreciated. Your support will allow us to continue the restoration process and bring this house back to its former glory.

To support our restoration efforts, please visit our donation page. We appreciate your support and look forward to sharing our progress with you. Join us on our journey to revive this stunning 19th-century Queen Anne Victorian house with a rich history.

You can find more info about this house on our wiki.