SOLD | Built 1909 | 4,598 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4 Baths | 0.31 Acres
1751 N Park Place, Wichita, Kansas, United States, 67203
The Wey Mansion originally hit the market in January 2010 for $699,900. The historic home was last on the market in November 2019 for $339,000 before selling in February 2020 for an undisclosed amount. Property Details: Located in Wichita’s Park Place/Fairview Historic District, the Wey Mansion is one of the most beautiful homes in Wichita. Boasting multiple parlors, a quartet of decorative fireplaces, conservatory, butler’s pantry and maid’s staircase it was built in 1909. The grounds include a two story main house with a full basement and a finished attic and a separate two story Carriage House that currently serves as four car garage.
An undeniably exceptional example of its style and period, the Kansas Heritage Grant Foundation awarded The Wey mansion with funds to fully restore it decorative stone exteriors, roofs, and windows. This elegantly eclectic Neo Classical revival style home designed for the family of Mr. Herman Wey, retains meticulously restored original light fixtures, hardware, and woodwork (which were numbered and preserved in the attic). The mansion’s most recent restoration included seamless integration of modern conveniences creating a home with an impeccable balance of past, present, and future refinement. The property was on the market for $339,000 with Mary Devore of J. P. Weigand & Sons, Inc.