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When you read the description for this 134-year-old Stewartville home, you won't see anything about a secret room...so that's why I called it a 'secret room'...no one would suspect it is there, not one would know to go looking for it, but boom! There it is.

Renovated in 1980, they did a nice job keeping the classic look of the home at 126 1st Street East. Originally listed for $250,000, the house is over 2,700 square feet with three bedrooms, 2 1/4 bathrooms, and one fireplace.

Ryan Queensland with Land Resource Mgmt & Rlty Inc.

UPDATE: This house sold on May 5, 2021 for $255,000. See the listing here.

Before we get to all the pictures, here are some highlights from the property description presented by Ryan Queensland with Land Resource Management and Realty Inc..

Beautiful 2 story home loaded with character. Original woodwork, hardwood floors, pocket doors, 9' ceilings, open staircase. Spacious kitchen boasts cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Cozy den with gas fireplace and built-ins. 3 bedrooms and full bath on upper level. Lower level has spacious game room area and family room. Located on large corner lot and has 2 deck, partial fenced yard along with large 4 car heated garage.

See? No mention of a secret room. Scroll down and after you've seen the room, drop me a note telling me if you think it qualifies as a 'secret room'.

134-Year-Old Stewartville Home Has a Secret Room

When you read the description for this 134-year-old Stewartville home for sale, you don't see anything about a secret room...so that's why I called it a 'secret room'...no one would suspect it is there, not one would know to go looking for it, but boom! There it is.

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