Peace and Quiet in a Special Place
Charming cottage just outside Hannibal with recently renovations: wiring, plumbing; new kitchen with dishwasher, new bath with whirlpool tub. Best of all is the large screened porch retreat. The recently constructed huge screened porch opens to the kitchen and dining room through French doors. The view from the porch of the large yard and wooded ravine behind the house will enchant bird watchers and those of us who just need to unwind.
The interior woodwork and wood floors have been restored to bring out their antique charm. The open floor plan and the French doors allow beautiful views through the screened porch to the wooded setting visited by birds and critters. The quiet and the natural beauty will give you a get away only minutes from the bustle of downtown Hannibal.
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The screened porch is over 27 feet long. The wide staircase provides easy access to enjoy the backyard.
The large double lot provides a wooded setting for this cozy retreat.
The chef will appreciate the gas stove and recent cabinets.
The completely updated kitchen with tile floors is a perky designer yellow with beautiful ceramic tile floors.
The living room has high ceilings and beautiful decorator colors.
The sun porch opens to the living room with its original wood floors. Doorway leads to alcove, master bedroom and the bath. French door leads to guest bedroom.
The bath was completely renovated with tile floors, and best of all a tiled jetted tub, shower combination.
Imagine your dinner guests delight as the party flows from the dining room to the screened porch.
When you experience the screened porch and absorb the peace and quiet of this special place, you won't want to leave.
High in the hills above the Mississippi River . . .
Enjoy the shops and galleries in downtown Hannibal. You and your vistors will enjoy touring Mark Twain's boyhood home and museum and the fabulous mansions of the late 19th Century lumber and railroad barons. Then retreat to your peaceful country cottage in the hills high above the bustle of downtown Hannibal. Picture the pleasure of reading a book in a hammock on the large screened porch.
Archived in February, 2013
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