1889 Queen Anne Victorian
This home is a magnificent 6,026 square foot Queen Anne Victorian located in Old North Knoxville Historic District.
It was constructed in 1889 by David Getaz, a Swiss immigrant who also designed and built the Knox and Anderson County courthouses
in Tennessee. Double etched glass entry doors open into a foyer finished in six varieties of wood. Huge pocket doors access
front and back parlors on the left of the entry, and the adjacent hall leads to a coffered ceiling dinning room, new
cherry kitchen w/stainless appliances, full bath with claw foot tub and sun/family room that includes a sewing room. An ornate
staircase leads to the second floor master, bedrooms, office, two full baths and a large walk-in closet featuring a unique
stained glass window. The back stairs lead from the first floor to a third floor where there are three additional bedrooms,
a full bath, stained glass windows in the turret and widow's walk. In addition, there are three upper porches, slate roof,
a three-story turret, seven fireplaces, and elaborate woodwork troughout. An incredible wrap-around porch graces the front
of the house. In addition to the, 900 square foot, three car basement garage, there is an original detached four
car garage and a restored carriage house that has been converted to a 1,237 sq. ft., 2-bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, guest house.
A wonderful home to live in, or the Perfect Bed & Breakfast!
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