When I saw the exterior of this home, it reminded me of a house I drove by every day as a teenager in southeast Iowa.

I grew up in Sigourney and the house I'm talking about was the home of a high school classmate. Her family loved, appreciated, and cared for that home. Unfortunately, that hasn't been the case in recent years. So, moving along...

Obviously, the people who've lived in the above home in Grinnell, Iowa over the years are like my high school classmate's family. It's clear they've taken incredible care of this home, that was built 122 years ago, in 1900.

Listed just three days ago according to Zillow, the house at 803 High Street in Grinnell has three bedrooms, 3 baths, and sits on a .28-acret lot. The 3,352 square foot home is filled with amenities, including that beautiful wrap around porch, stained glass front doors, a grand staircase, hardwood floors, and a Quartz island in the kitchen. There's a small second story porch just above the front door, the original 114-year-old copper tub is in a bathroom that's been restored with walnut and oak, and there's fireplaces. Lots of fireplaces. A total of five of them by my count.

The home is listed at $399,000. Listing agent is Re/Max Partners Realty. You can see the interior photos of the home below.

Below the photos of this home are pictures of two incredible Iowa homes. There's the Pella Victorian Villa, which recently sold, and a home in Dubuque that was built by the city's first lumber baron. That home remains for sale.

Century-Old Iowa Home is Loaded with Fireplaces

Built in 1900, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home is loaded with character and fireplaces. The asking price of the home, located in Grinnell, Iowa, is $399,000.

Pella Victorian Villa

This amazing home, built in 1871, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has 5 bedrooms, 7 baths (5 full), more than 5,000 square feet, and sits on 1.51 acres. The asking price was reduced to $850,000 on December 31, 2021. It has since been sold. Let's take a look inside.

Incredible Dubuque Home Was Built by the City's First Lumber Baron

The Queen Anne home at 1203 Grove Terrace in Dubuque was built by William Harrison Day, completed in 1890. The 6300+ square foot home has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and one of the city's best views. The asking price is $799,000. Listing agent is Exit Realty Dubuque.