Listing No. 27160
1906 Victorian: Queen Anne
Dalton Gang Robbery History, KansasDalton Gang Robbery History! Charles M. Ball Home, built in 1906, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Register of Historic Kansas Places. It is located in Coffeyville, KS and has approximately $15,000 in transferable Kansas tax credits so your KS individual taxes will be "free" for several years!!!
Charles Ball is best known for involvement in the Dalton Gang’s Raid of Condon Bank on October 5, 1892. As the gang arrived to rob the bank that morning, they encountered Cashier Charles Ball, who concocted a story about the safe being on a time lock. Four of the five robbers were eventually fatally wounded by the ensuing gunfire outside the bank. Ball, who was involved in banking, businesses, and real estate dealings during the early 20th century, owned the house until his death in 1922.
The home is a bed and breakfast and has two guest suites, one on the third floor and one a carriage house/garage apartment. It is walkable and centrally located near the town center and local community college. The bed and breakfast is perfect for wedding venue, family reunions, travel guests, or historic home tour. Guests will enjoy the spacious rooms, front and back porches, landscaped gardens, and brick patios. Historic features include: original light fixtures, 2 fireplaces, front & back stairs, wood floors, pocket doors, beveled and leaded glass, crown molding, 11' ceilings first floor, 9' ceilings second floor.
Full Bath(s): 4
Half Bath(s): 1
Heated Sq. Ft.: 5,360
Unheated Sq. Ft.: 300
Lot Size: 84' x 193'
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