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1910 Arts & Crafts (Craftsman)
The Conrad - Moss Home
A SCENIC SETTING in Mississippi River Rolling Hills on a State Maintained Hwy
3200 sq. ft. Craftsman Style Home was Built by
the Conrad Family, Who Immigrated From Bohemia in the 1800's. The Conrads Owned a Butcher Shop in Louisiana, MO. The Business Served the Boat & Railroad Traffic Who Visited the City for Supplies.
Three Generations Lived in the House & Worked the Large Farm Until 2000.
The Farm Acreage Was divided & Sold in Large Parcels, Leaving the Home, 5 Acres, Farm Machine Shed, Original Carriage Barn & Smoke House, Pole Barn, & Dog Kennel.
Present Owners Have Completely Updated the Home, Maintaining the Craftman Style Architecture.
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,200|
- 1st Floor Laundry Room
- Breakfast Room
- Entry Hall
- Gourmet Kitchen
- Laundry Room
- Living room
- Unfinished Basement
- Master bedroom downstairs
- 2 Car Garage
- Automatic outside lights
- Casement windows
- Driveway - Dirt
- Storage Building
- Ceramic Tile
- High Ceilings
- Original wood windows
- Walk-In Closets
- Wood floors
- Shingle Roof
- Central air
- Gas heating
- Septic Tank
- Water Heater - Gas
- Pocket Doors
- Graveled Driveway
- Kitchen: 22' x 16' Diningroom: 15' x 16' Livingroom: 15' x 16' Mstr. Bedroom: 14'x 12' 2nd Bedroom: 15' x 12' 3rd Bedroom: 15' x 16' Guest Bathroom:6.5' x 7' Upstair Great Room: 1200 sq. ft. Upstairs Bathroom: 11.5' x 7.5' Double Garage: 2
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100 Year Old Craftsman Stlye on 5 Country AcresHome sits on knoll overlooking woods & countryside.
The Conrad Home is Six Miles From the Historic City of Louisiana, MissouriThe Conrad Home is nestled in the Rolling River Hills, 6 miles from the historic town of Louisiana, which is located on the Mississippi River. Louisiana is 65 miles north of St. Louis and a short drive to Hannibal, home of Mark Twain.
The scenic Great River Road or Highway 79 runs straight through the downtown area of Louisiana. This historic riverfront town has a number of historic homes with one of the most intact Victorian streetscapes in the state. The Downtown Historic District offers specialty shops including a pewter foundry, antiques, gift shops and more.
Walk from downtown to the beautiful Riverfront Park where you can enjoy the views from benches or launch your boat.
Other sites of interest include the Louisiana Public Library, a Carnegie Library, the Stark Brothers Nursery, the oldest fruit grower in the country, River View Cemetery dating prior to the Civil War, Henderson Park with views of Champ Clark Bridge, and the old Glove Factory now a sculpture park.
Louisiana is the location of Pike County Memorial Hospital. Louisiana hosts the annual Country Colorfest in October, the July 4th Spectacular at River Front, the Taste of Pike County, Paddlefest, 50 Miles of Art Studio Tour, and more. Louisiana has a population of approximately 5,000.
Archived in August, 2010
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