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c.1891 Brick Home in Central Park Historic District of Hannibal Missouri $45K ~ Sold

208 S 7th St, Hannibal, MO 63401   $45,000 ~ Sold

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OHU50K NOTES

This c.1891 brick home is located in Hannibal Missouri’s Central Park Historic District. While I could not find the original owner of the home, I discovered that the neighborhood once had a particular concentration of businessmen and public officials. Mark Twain’s boyhood home is just a short 12-minute walk from this house. (See below)

The Central Park Historic District centers, of course, on the park, which encompasses a full block and boasts a cast-iron fountain, bandstand , war memorial and statue of William Henry Hatch, a U.S. Congressman and early advocate of the Department of Agriculture.

The crime rate in this neighborhood is not the best but is not the worst either. Taxes are low.

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REALTOR COMMENTS

Historic home is in Mark Twain’s Hometown! Brick two story home located in the historic district. Main level has sitting area, living room, bedroom or office, and kitchen. Kitchen has wood cabinets, range, refrigerator. Main level bathroom has washer and dryer connections. Upstairs has three bedrooms and full bathroom with dressing area. Hardwood floors throughout house. Call today to see this historic property.

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Mark Twain’s boyhood home before.
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Mark Twain’s boyhood home today.

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