Historic House Listings

Such a unique house! Circa 1910 in Missouri. $499,000

May 8, 2023

This is such a unique house! So much stonework! This home was built in 1910. It is located on .44 acres in Hollister, Missouri. The home features a beautiful sunroom, hardwood floors, stonework, stone fireplaces, bead board and built-ins. There is a double sided koi pond and a beautiful stone wall. The house looks bigger than the square footage states. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,175 square feet. $499,000

Contact Jack Piemonte with All Service Real Estate: 417-598-1884

From the Zillow listing:


The rarest of opportunities to own one the oldest mountain top cottages in Hollister/Bransonarea -built in 1910 ..This exquisite classic home is indeed in the Historical district – and existswhere the train originally turned around, according to the Historical Society – with aGerman/Victorian silhouette – Original, romantic stone paths, stairs and walls. And yes! -There’s a substantial nightly rental opportunity as well – rental history for 2021-2022 available -The historical craftsmanship causes you to slow your pace and reminisce. Ornate gingerbreadsurrounds dormers and eves. The fascination draws you In to the front door and reveals all themodern conveniences desired and yet the quaint stonework, original windows, fireplaces, stairsand doors retain the intrigue of a time long past. Thousands spent on interior renovations androofing. Over 30 feet of authentic windows in the kitchen/dining area presents a breathtakingview of the valley and so much light. Garage is genuine tongue and groove floor and ceiling -genuine storage cabinets, genuine walk in and screen door… (did I say genuine?) – and yes theoverhead functions wonderfully. Just below, the wisteria… or possibly trumpet vine ladenpergola shades the double sided Koi pond – then on to the studio.. a diverse space to be usedas the new owner imagines – Vintage oversized swing entry doors on the exterior with uniquefolding French glass and frame doors behind. Windows on both walls and open doors offerexcellent lighting. Oh – the Carriage house – intimate loge with again all original tongue &groove walls and ceiling. Authentic stone fireplace with horseshoes still embedded in the hearthfor luck. Plumbed and wired bath for tiny shower and commode. Original wood cabinetry hasbeen well maintained – and to the right – the most extraordinary hand painted mural on thevery, very old stone wall – How much potential this fantastical little house offers! See Documents for addit



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