A York, Pa., Queen Anne style home, built in 1887, was in much need of repair despite its vast potential. With shingles and siding falling apart, a once stand-out beauty needed a little bit up upkeep after it was original deemed "uninhabitable."

The once dilapidated house was beautifully resorted with warm shades of olive green, terra cotta red, and gold, added wood flooring, pocket doors, period light fixtures, hardware & door hinges, along with new, modern amenities. The home is now up for sale with a listing price of $350,000.

Check out the full 180-degree whole-house restoration by clicking the link below.

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