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314 N 7th St. Seneca, KS
The Stein House

This listing is a jewel with a rich history that you just have to see!

This beautiful, historic home is known as The Stein House. Located on a large corner lot in the center of Seneca, it maintains a secluded country feel. The gorgeous original woodwork, hardwood floors, windows and unique details will transport you to an elegant and tranquil past!

Main features:

  • Built in 1910 (See historical and floor plan description below)

  • 4 Bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths

  • 4 levels of living space with 3rd floor bonus rooms

  • Access the 2nd floor stairway from the front entry room or the kitchen.

  • Huge family room with a fireplace off from kitchen 

  • Attached 2-car garage with stairs-accessible attic (added in 1984),                        plus a detached 1-car garage.

  • Lovely, wide front porch with a swing and shaded side patio

  • Beautiful hardwood floors on 3 levels

  • Finished basement includes a 2nd kitchen and recreation or storage space

  • Previously run as a bed and breakfast

  • Solid, hand-made construction

List price: $185,000

Make it your own!

The Stein House, constructed by Seneca builder Henry Bernard Woltkamp, and built for Peter P. and Frances Woltkamp Stein, incorporates an open, free flowing floor plan with well lit, spacious rooms.

An open foyer and living room with Craftsman and Classically inspired woodwork welcome you from the front door. The kitchen and dining room stand beyond the front rooms. Circulation allows for an easy, room-to-room access.

The imposing foyer staircase leads to a small center hall, radiating off four bedrooms and a bath. The doorway to the attic also leads from this center hallway.

The attic is finished but still maintains wide open space. The basement contains the furnace room, 2nd kitchen, and lots of room for recreation or storage. A laundry chute runs from the second floor hallway down to the first floor kitchen to the basement.

The house has been wired for electricity and some of the original light fixtures and switches remain.

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