In a nearby town, a lovingly restored Victorian home in Beloit, Wisconsin is looking for a new owner in case you love modern living with traditional style. Even if you don’t intend to make the move, I hope you’ll be soothed by the home’s thoughtful restoration. Since it is partially staged for sale, it’s easy to imagine how you could decorate and put your personal stamp on the place. (All the costly invisible work has been done!) House Tour: Beautiful Restored Victorian Home in Beloit, Wisconsin shares glimpses of this historic home designed for modern living.
House Tour: Renovated Victorian in Beloit, Wisconsin
Exterior of a Magnificent Victorian Home
This home is distinguished by Victorian architecture including its wide wrap-around porch, decorative railings, turret, dormers, ornate trim work, columns, and stone.
Its asymmetrical design and elegant color story are breathtaking!
Victorian House Tour: Entry
Tranquil Interior Color Palette
Renovated Grey & White Kitchen
Blue Grey Dining Room
New Bathrooms in a 120 Year Old Home
Peek at a renovated and very affordable urban farmhouse for sale in this same neighborhood I shared HERE.
And Now a Tour of Interiors a World Apart
Can you even imagine how this designer might decorate this Victorian home’s interiors? Wait until you see how personal, atmospheric, and unique it feels…the sort of home I enjoy visiting even though it’s not at all my style!
Visit this home’s listing details to score the particulars, and if you admire traditional style, see this recent timeless design inspiration!
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Love the restoration of the Victorian home you featured in your post today! So many homes of this era that I have seen are restored and updated but tend to keep the dark wood which to me is very heavy. Now having said that, it is possible that as I have grown older I definitely prefer light to dark!
It’s so true – it is such a big commitment to to paint all the woodwork, but no guts, no glory! I understand folks who cringe at painting beautiful wood work, but my favorite homes have light painted wood work as well. Thanks for reading. 🙂
Liked the home but I must admit, I liked all the wit and wisdom of the interjected little quotes best. I laughed and I reflected and I realized I’m not the only one who sneaks raw cookie dough! Thank you for that.
Hahahaha – I think the blog is evolving into inspiration for “figurative interiors” which is just fine with me – I am all for creating content that inspires laughter (or carbonated holiness as Anne Lamott calls it!). 🙂 Hugs to you, Celia.
Gorgeous! Do you know the exterior paint color?
I don’t, but I can guess. It’s somewhere between Behr Norwegian Blue and Benjamin Moore New Hope Gray. Take a look at those two, maybe sample them, and maybe mix them 50/50 to see if you like that custom color. Let me know what you think.
I mario termini of sullivan mo used to live at that home and i must say im blowen away buy the new look. Im amazed and just took away. If my xwife could see this now. Lol im honored to say i lived and grew up in this home and thank you 802 park ave.
Hi Mario. How wonderful to hear from you and know that you are part of this beautiful home’s history. It is such a gem, and what a labor of love and fine craftsmanship went into its restoration. Peace to you, and thanks for adding to the beauty here.