Interior pictures coming soon. This is not a historic home but a home that has a lot of local history. Originally owned by Samuel Coles who founded Colestown, now know as Harrisonville, this 1840's home features its original cedar exterior but has been updated and maintained throughout the years. The home offers over 1800 sqft of living space, large bedrooms, hardwood floors, main floor laundry, and so much more. Its located within walking distance to Harrisonville Lake that offers great fishing, kayaking/canoeing, and birdwatching opportunities. Central air and a forced air heating system has been installed. The current owner has had the entire roof redone about 20 years ago with new new architectural shingles, septic replaced in 2003. Newer vinyl replacement windows have been installed throughout. The home offers a 200 amp electric service providing plenty of power. The property offers a 4 car+ detached garage with a full second floor that could be ideal for a home based business or office. The second floor was previously used as a recording studio and gym. The yard has been landscaped with paver paths and a beautiful gazebo, perfect for outdoor entertaining. There's also a second, one car garage closer to the home.
Single Family / Detached
142.540 per sqft
Built in 1840
Listing Courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Mullica Hill South, William Nelson