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Listing No. 19849

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c. 1848 Greek Revival

W. T. Rutherford / Block House

The home was originally built by Dr. Miller from St. Louis. He purchased a large lot on the outskirts of the main street of Huntsville from Joseph Coppage Dameron's 2000 acre tobacco farm. In 1848 the good doctor built a stylish two story four room house for his wife, but she quickly tired of life in a small "wilderness" town and insisted on moving back to St. Louis. In 1850, William Turner Rutherford of Virginia married Phoebe Jane Dameron. William and Phoebe purchased the home in 1850. Over the years they doubled the size of the original house. This home was recently restored and renovated by Rutherford's great great granddaughter
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Bedrooms 3
Full Baths 1
Half Baths 1
Heated Sq. Ft. 3,562
Stories 2
Acres 1.5


  • 1st Floor Bath
  • 1st Floor Laundry Room
  • Basement
  • Living room
  • Built-in Cabinets
  • Grand staircase
  • Wood floors
  • Central air
  • City sewer
  • City water supply
  • Gas heating
  • Water Heater - Gas
  • 10-foot Ceilings

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Huntsville was named the county seat of Randolph County, Missouri in 1831. Randolph County was settled by Virginians and named after John Randolph of Roanoake, a prominent US Congressman of the Jeffersonian era.

The home is on the edge of Huntsville and is surrounded by scenic hills and farmland.

Archived in September, 2014

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