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For Sale By Owner

$ 250,000

c. 1901 Victorian: Queen Anne

Glasgow, Missouri

Meticulously Maintained

Meticulously maintained three story Victorian home with basement for sale. This home was built in 1901 by the Ralls Brothers of Glasgow, Missouri and boasts three fireplaces, stained glass windows in every room, pocket doors, carved woodwork and original hardwood floors. The attic is large and open while the second floor contains two bedrooms, a full bathroom and reading nook. The first floor contains an expansive kitchen and laundry room with generous storage, a bedroom with attached full bath and walk-in closet, library, dining room, living room with bay windows and a beautiful receiving foyer.

There is also a 30 x 60 three car garage that accompanies the house. The previous owner took great care of this home, making it a truly rare find.
Bedrooms 3
Full Baths 2
Heated Sq. Ft. 2,932
Stories 3
Acres 0.4

Features.

  • Basement
  • Foyer
  • Library
  • Built-in Cabinets
  • 3 Fireplaces
  • Cast Iron Radiators
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Stained Glass Windows
  • Stained woodwork/doors
  • Transoms
  • Turret
  • Wrap-Around Porch
  • 3 car garage
  • Arched doorways
  • Large floored unfinished attic

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Cheryl

Phone: (660) 728-0406

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Listing No. 29373

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Cheryl

Phone: (660) 728-0406

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