To me the Willow Ave. house is worth the most because it seems to be the best-preserved, though I know most people don't put that at the top of their lists. The price could come down a bit but I don't think it's that out of line (look at the value graph for Jordan on the page). I feel like that part of Jordan is one of the more interesting places in North Minneapolis. The curvy roads and tree-lined boulevards give it almost a park-like feel. Lots of tornado damage on that block though.
The house has its original rope-and-pulley windows which is a huge asset. It also looks like it has it's original (or very well done replica) base boards, caps and shoes, something I really wish our house still had. Nice doors too, except the bathroom door was probably replaced (wrong hardware). The bathroom is a bit of a remuddle which is par for the course; better than most I've seen. The radiator pipes in the living room are annoying and were probably moved there at some point.
Overall, someone (or more likely someones) really cared for this place, either by taking care of it or spending a lot of money painstakingly restoring it.
It's funny/annoying that the ad advertises "vintage Victorian details." That's not a Victorian. It was built during the same period as our house and is best described as "Transitional." That archway detail in particular *is* Victorian and is completely out of place for a house of that period. Most likely the archway originally had the two side extensions on the bottom with simple pillars that extended all the way to the top of the arch. Ours were removed at some point but you can still (barely) see the outlines of where the pillars and extensions used to meet the head and jambs.
The stained glass window is also suspect. It doesn't look like others I've seen from that period and was likely replaced because someone at some time removed all the leaded/stained glass from the place. Lots of houses are missing their original decorative windows and it's a real shame.
The porch balustrade was added/replaced at some point because it's way too tall due to code requirements. That's probably my #1 beef with our housing code. The required porch balustrade heights don't fit our housing stock and just looks ugly.
Yeah, I did a lot of research on our house and now I see the flaws in every house. :-/ This house is in way better shape than ours when I bought it.