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Arlington Stick Victorian with ‘museum quality’ wallpaper asks $1.15M

One of Arlington Heights’ oldest houses

Photos via Re/Max Leading Edge

The 2,366-square-foot Victorian at 122 Appleton Street in Arlington is one of the oldest houses in that town’s Arlington Heights neighborhood.

Its bones date from 1872, and the house is a relatively rare example hereabouts of the Stick style of architecture, which formed a kind of bridge between Rural Gothic and Queen Anne in America in the late 19th century (and presaged Shingle).

The eight-room house is on sale for $1.15 million through Re/Max Leading Edge.

The pile also boasts what the listing describes as “museum quality antique wallpaper.” Check it out.