712 Burke Ave
Harvey , North Dakota 58341
$192,000

If you are looking for a hidden gem of a home, this is the one for you. This home is a

2 story mission style, Victorian Home built in 1905 by Henry Beiseker, a Wells 

County Banker and land buyer in the early days of our County’s History. This 2500

Square foot Sears Roebuck home came unassembled by Railroad and was constructed

in the original townsite of Harvey, North Dakota.  Mr Bieseker built similar mansions

throughout Wells County and several are located in Fessenden, North Dakota, the Wells

County Seat. All of them had their own beauty and character with servant quarters and

unique physical appearances.


Entering the north side back entrance to the home, there is a nice porch and 2 new entry 

doors.  A carpeted pantry is off of the porch with lots of shelving for your storage needs.


Going into the modern updated kitchen, there is newer laminated flooring and very

nice newer appliances that will stay with the home.  A large built in table and chair area also

 ordains the kitchen.


Off the kitchen, there is a large bathroom with tiled flooring. It has a nice walk in

Shower, sink and stool with storage cabinets.


Going into to the hard wood floored dining area, there is a beautiful tiger oak Dining Table

that can seat 8-10 people.  This will stay with the home along with a matching China Hutch.

The living room has some nice sized carpeted rugs to add to its beauty. A large vintage 

area with access to the front of the home.


Going to the upstairs area, there is a beautiful hardwood staircase and it is aligned with 

some vintage stained colored windows. There are 3 nice sized bedrooms on the upper level, one of the bedrooms has a large walk-in closet.  A large window to the east allows for some nice lighting for the room.  There is a newer wall heater/AC unit attached to the wall in this location.  There is

a laundry room and full bathroom with a tub-shower sink and stool. The laundry room has

linoleum flooring.  T More

If you are looking for a hidden gem of a home, this is the one for you. This home is a

2 story mission style, Victorian Home built in 1905 by Henry Beiseker, a Wells 

County Banker and land buyer in the early days of our County’s History. This 2500

Square foot Sears Roebuck home came unassembled by Railroad and was constructed

in the original townsite of Harvey, North Dakota.  Mr Bieseker built similar mansions

throughout Wells County and several are located in Fessenden, North Dakota, the Wells

County Seat. All of them had their own beauty and character with servant quarters and

unique physical appearances.


Entering the north side back entrance to the home, there is a nice porch and 2 new entry 

doors.  A carpeted pantry is off of the porch with lots of shelving for your storage needs.


Going into the modern updated kitchen, there is newer laminated flooring and very

nice newer appliances that will stay with the home.  A large built in table and chair area also

 ordains the kitchen.


Off the kitchen, there is a large bathroom with tiled flooring. It has a nice walk in

Shower, sink and stool with storage cabinets.


Going into to the hard wood floored dining area, there is a beautiful tiger oak Dining Table

that can seat 8-10 people.  This will stay with the home along with a matching China Hutch.

The living room has some nice sized carpeted rugs to add to its beauty. A large vintage 

area with access to the front of the home.


Going to the upstairs area, there is a beautiful hardwood staircase and it is aligned with 

some vintage stained colored windows. There are 3 nice sized bedrooms on the upper level, one of the bedrooms has a large walk-in closet.  A large window to the east allows for some nice lighting for the room.  There is a newer wall heater/AC unit attached to the wall in this location.  There is

a laundry room and full bathroom with a tub-shower sink and stool. The laundry room has

linoleum flooring.  The washer and dryer will stay in this nice sized room. Newer laminated

flooring ordains the hallways and bedroom areas. There is also another wall heat/AC unit

in the master bedroom.


There is a large walk up attic above the second floor with steps going up to it and has hard wood

Flooring. 6” of additional insulation was added in accessible areas to help with the heating costs.


The basement has a solid rock foundation which is very typical of homes built in that era.

It has a cement floor and appears to be dry. A 200-amp electrical system has been installed.

The furnace is a hot water boiler system heated with either propane or off-peak electric heat.

There are 3 different heating zones for this system. In the back yard there is a 500 gallon owed propane tank.  The back yard has a fence on the north side and a large wooden porch and deck.  

There is also a brick patio and an outside entrance to the basement. The wood siding is

nicely painted and new asphalt shingles on the roof were installed in 2017.


The 24’x32’ heated garage is located behind the home with a cemented driveway to the alley.

It has 2 overhead doors with electric door openers and a floor drain. This building has it’s own

 electrical breaker box and an attached storage room. There is also an additional 8’x13’ storage

building next to the garage. The garage also has additional overhead storage with a ladder

to access this area.


The front side of the home has 2 large apple trees. A new wrap around large porch was added about

10 years ago. This porch really adds beauty to this home.


This must see home is centrally located near the downtown business area of the bustling City of

Harvey, North Dakota.  Harvey has a modern hospital, clinics, dentists and eye doctors. There

are numerous business in the downtown area and many other retail shops located throughout

the city and surrounding areas.


If this well kept home with many years of TLC was yours to be, you would be the envy of the

neighborhood.  Homes like these come up very seldom for sale so don’t miss out. It could be yours.


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