fixer upper

Under $75K Thursday – c.1855 Fixer Upper Brick Federal Home in Hannibal, MO $60K – Off Market

OHU50K Notes     $60,000 Off Market

Save this old circa 1855 Federal-style home. The brick house has so many original elements waiting for someone who appreciates its history and character.


Own a piece of Hannibal history and make it your own! This Federal-style home was built around 1855 and is an example of a pre-Civil War house in Hannibal. Two stories above ground and two basements! Home is a blank slate that can be modernized and redone as you wish. The fixer upper home has a detached garage accessible from the alley behind that has room four 4-6 cars or great storage space. Located on historic 5th Street and blocks for the Mighty Mississippi. The main level has a living room, dining room, kitchen, half bathroom, and office/small bedroom. The second story has four bedrooms and one bathroom with a clawfoot tub. The basement has several rooms and the second basement has some additional room. The property has one new furnace, the roof was new around 2014, and there is an additional new furnace that will convey. Come live in historic downtown Hannibal and make this your dream home!

Per Listing

  • bed
  • 1.5 bath
  • Build date 1855

414 N 5th St, Hannibal, MO 63401      $60,000



Family History

This was originally the home of Robert Davison Honeyman (1814-1899), a lumber dealer and carpenter. Born in Princeton, New Jersey, he relocated to Hannibal sometime after the 1840s and lived here with his wife, Amanda Saunders Honeyman, and six children, Lavinia, Letitia, Samuel, Charlotte, Adah and Oliver. According to the 1860 US Census, Honeyman also had boarders, and in that year 26 people total were living in the home. Sometime after 1880, Honeyman moved to Denver, Colorado.



One Comment

  • Kate

    I would like to know how long it has been since someone lived there. The amount of work needed is daunting and that’s just the cleanup!!

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