I love that grand staircase! It is very reminiscent of Thomas Day’s architectural work, but he wouldn’t have been up in Missouri. This home was built in 1860. It is located on .37 acres in Utica, Missouri. The home features double front porches, a grand staircase, hardwood floors, beautiful window surrounds, wainscoting, wide baseboards and chair rails. Love the old picture they included with the listing. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,900 square feet. $80,000
Contact Megan Sensenich with United Country Graham Agency: 660-247-2448
From the Zillow listing:
Attention Historic Home Lovers! This one is for you! The old Utica Hotel, which has a history dating back to steamboats on the Grand River, stage lines, and actors at the old opera house, is for sale once again! This property is ready for a new owner who will restore her to her glory days! Built in the 1860s, sitting on a large lot, 2 outbuildings included, and has been prepped to start the remodel process. There is still lots of character remaining! This large estate was built with hand-made brick from one of the earliest brick kilns in Livingston County. Amazingly, all of the original black walnut trim & finishes are still present. You will also love the original hardwood floors, doors, hardware, and the grand staircases throughout. This home boasts nearly 4,000 square feet of living space, 5 large bedrooms, formal dining room and sitting room, and 2 original fireplaces. Looking for a new project? Let’s take a tour today!
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