There are so may things I love about this house. The wraparound porch, staircase with window seat, original doors and trim, transoms, back staircase and the amazing wood floors call my name. Google Map the area, and you’ll find a narrow country lane with older homes. A few have been abandoned and are in sorry shape, but they make for an interesting little neighborhood surrounded by lush rolling farmland.
As Per the Realtor
1890s Fixer Upper in Northwest Missouri on 5 lots! This large home has great potential! The main floor has 1 bedroom, plumbing for a bathroom, a formal sitting room, living room, large formal dining room with wood ceiling beams, a large kitchen with small breakfast nook and back porch. 2 staircases lead up the second floor. Off the main stairwell are 3 bedrooms, all with large closets and plumbing for another bathroom. The second set of stairs lead to another large room that could be used as a 5th bedroom. The entire house has original wood floors and trim, original pocket doors and intricate wood inlays. New drywall and new windows have been installed in several rooms. Some of the windows are original. Siding and roof are newer. Bring some life back to this beautiful piece of history.
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