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The Standrod House
648 N. Garfield
Pocatello, ID
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Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 2
Square Feet: 4,200
Lot Description/Acreage:
4 city lots (120X140)
Year Built:
Circa 1900
Architect/Builder:
Marcus Grundfor
Architectural Style:
Victorian
(c.1860-1900)
 
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Phone: 208-232-5727 or 208-317-4406
Fax: 208-232-2778
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Property History
The Standrod House was built by Drew & Emma Standrod. The construction began in 1895 and was finished in 1902. It is the finest example of victorian architecture & the most historic house in the state of Idaho. Mr. Standrod was a banker, a lawyer and served as a judge of the 5th judicial court district. He was also a member of the original drafting committee for the Idaho constitution in 1889. Emma Standrod was an active community leader involved in literary and music clubs. The Standrod House was a scene of many international social events. The sixteen room house was designed by San Francisco architect Marcus Grundfor who specialized in classical revival designs. The cost was approximately $12,000 and took seven years to complete. The stone was quarried at nearby McCammon Idaho, hauled by wagon and prepared by masons in the backyard. A coal furnace provided central heating and the home was equipped with electric lighting that was said to be the first in the state. In 1974 the city of Pocatello bought the house and undertook the restoration for the bicentennial. Extensive repairs were made to the exterior and the interior, taking great precaution to restore the home to its original grandeur. Upon completion the city began using the building as a museum and event center. The house was a cultural center and used by the public for many years. It has been privatley owned for the last 15 years.
 
Property Description
The Standrod House - Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Circa 1900 Victorian Queen Ann. It has been officially identified by historians as a "French Renaissance Revival", built of hand chiseled dark grey, light grey & reddish brown sandstone with two well lit & detailed wrap around verandas, carriage house & a seven car parking area. The two story house which sits on four city lots has 4-6 bedrooms, 2 baths, large laundry/utility room, large linen closet, large coat closet, front & back stairways, 2 skylights, leaded & stained glass windows, all original light fixtures except for two, golden oak & mahogany parquet flooring, golden oak & fir flooring throughout, double & single pocket doors, 2 fireplaces w/glazed tile, tiger oak mantles & surrounds w/beveled mirrors, fretwork archway w/amazing detail, 2 turrets-one w/ stick & ball fretwork, large kitchen pantry & butlers pantry w/built in china closet & food service window w/sliding door, custom bookcase w/secretary imported from France, transoms on all doors, celestial ceiling hand painted murel, imported French marble wash basins, original extra long claw tub & water closet, all the modern updates-mechanical & electrical. Forced air heating & air conditioning, soft water & purifier, sprinkler system & veranda drip systems.
 
Additional Notes
This stunning one of a kind castle like home is located in Historic Old Town Pocatello within walking distance of shopping, schools, churches, city parks, mountains and an extensive hiking and bike trail network plus a wonderful greenway. Pocatello is located in southeast Idaho right smack dab in the center of the most exciting recreational areas of the country. You can easily make day trips to Jackson Hole Wyoming, Big Sky Montana, Yellowstone Park, and all the great skiing and mountain biking in Utah and Sun Valley Idaho. Pocatello is the proud home of Idaho State University.
Last Updated: July 28, 2014
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