Superior location and remarkable history on this large lot in downtown Wallace. Bring this jewel back to life with a bit of determination and elbow grease. Built in 1898, the Queen Anne Colonial Revival was built by John Hogus, a Norwegian carpenter. The home survived the fire of 1898 and boasts some beautiful original details. The roof is less than 10 years old. The top floor, 6 stories above well-known Bank Street, has tremendous views. The lot spans from Elm above to Upper Bank. Get your hands own this historic chunk of Wallace, only a stones throw from downtown, before its gone.
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