1908 – Chillicothe, MO

Added to OHD on 10/3/17   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   6 Comments
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415 Webster St, Chillicothe, MO 64601

  • $29,900
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2924 Sq Ft
Lots of potential, but needs some work. Large rooms. Beautiful Entry. Original woodwork. Updated kitchen. Fireplace with insert in the formal dining room. Corner fireplace in the huge master bedroom, and french doors that lead to an enclosed porch. Large walk in closet with laundry hookups on 2nd floor. 1 Car attached carport, wrap around front porch, and another covered porch.
Contact Information
Lisa Schoonover, Century 21 Smith & Associates,
(660) 646-2141

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6 Comments on 1908 – Chillicothe, MO

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11893 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    In The Chillicothe Constitution newspaper, 1933 (Note: sanitorium didn’t mean a lock up for the mentally ill!):

    “WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11, 1933 T H E CHILL IC O T H E C 0 N S TI T U TI 0 N – T R I B U N 15 FAGEW1 SANITORIUM OPENS Dr. Gladys Ingram, local chiropractor, opens the first Chiropractic Sanitorium in the state at 415 Webster At the sanitormm both out-of-town and local patients will be cared for through the science of Chiropractic. Patients will be given the proper care in every way, not only having the adjustments as needed but they will have rest, correct diet and competent nursing. Everything possible will be done for their comfort during the period of their recovery. During her eighteen years of practice Dr. Ingram has many times felt the need of such an institution for the care of patients and has now realized her ambition to some time open such an institution. Dr. Gladys Ingram Ingram Chiropractic Sanitorium at 415 Webster Street. The building at 415 Webster has been completely redecorated and arranged for the comfort of patients. The many windows give an abundance of sunlight and ventilation. The spacious porches with south and east exposures make an ideal place for patients to enjoy a* well as benefit from the fresh air and sunshine. The lounge Is large and comfortably furnished for use of the patients. / Being located away from the business section, the sanatorium is a wonderful “place in which to rest and recuperate. • Though visiting hours to patients are necessarily restricted . . . visitors to the sanitor- ium are welcome at all times.”


    There’s a photo but unless you have a subscription to Newspapers.com, very small pic.

  2. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11893 comments

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    None of the listing sites was showing pending sale when I was making the post. Less than 30 minutes after I posted on OHD, pending sale. Figures! lol

  3. KarenZKarenZ says: 1203 comments
    OHD Supporter

    From the work that’s needed on the outside, I would never have guessed how lovely it was inside! I love the backstory of the house-how nice to be able to relax after your treatment!

  4. Colleen J says: 1156 comments

    Kelly I’m not surprised there’s a pending sale, at that price!!! It’s lovely inside and even if it were to need major rewiring and/or plumbing or even foundation (those are the major expenses I can think of) this house is a steal of a deal and oh so pretty.

  5. GoddessOdd says: 329 comments

    Wow… I would call and make an offer at this price… someone got LUUUUUCKY (all caps and underscored three times :). This reminds me of some of the lovely homes here in downtown Orlando; in the 70s and early 80s, they were incredibly cheap, and although lots of them were hippy crash pads (I partied in many of them) they polished up real nice, and have made a fortune for those with the foresight to buy them back then.

    • vicki bucy says: 65 comments

      I too partied at a couple of those houses in the 70s. Beautiful downtown homes. In one that was in Gainesville, there was a great big footed tub that someone had painted inside and out in a deep blue. What a terrific place to take a bath.

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