Historic House Listings

This could be a stunner! Circa 1875. Over one acre in Missouri. $117,500

September 13, 2018

This could really be a stunner. It is a Missouri landmark and unfortunately it was left vacant for many years before being rescued by the current owner. Updated electrical and plumbing. New roof and HVAC. Built in 1875. Located on 1.47 acres in Macon, Missouri. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,454 square feet. $145,000 New price: $117,500

From the Zillow listing:

Historical Queen Anne on over 1.5 acres. Built in 1875 it proudly features breathtaking woodwork, open staircase with delicately carved banisters, wood columns, pocket doors, inlay tile and wood mantels around the 5 original fireplaces and more. This home has large rooms that could be given multiple uses but is currently used as a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with TONS of space on the 3 floors for more of both. The home has had updates with the roof, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing and is a completely functional home that is ready for some TLC from the elements it has been under.
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What I Love About The Home
The historic house located at 411 North Wentz Street in Macon, Macon County, Missouri is a sprawling old Queen Anne nested away in Macon County. Built in 1875, this Victorian beauty still has many of its original touches ? including extensive breathtaking woodwork. The style of architecture and history are both intriguing and important to the local community, as well as its inhabitants. Having been previously vacant for a number of years and left to decay prior to Patrick Lilley acquiring the house, it has been robbed of its finesse by time and the elements. The front fa├žade with the diamond designs on the front, the patterns across the second level, the wrap-around porch, fine craftmanship in the delicately carved banisters, the columns and inlay around the fireplaces are all true to the time period. Reroofing and air conditioning/heating addition have been completed. This historic house is a landmark.

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