c. 1890 – Mexico, MO

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Added to OHD on 2/3/18   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   12 Comments
Off Market / Archived

903 S Jefferson St Mexico, MO 65265

  • $114,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2798 Sq Ft
  • 0.23 Ac.
This beautiful historic home is located directly across from Presser Hall. Move-in ready with an eat-in kitchen, first floor laundry and half bath off the kitchen, formal dining, formal sitting and den, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths this house is a perfect forever family home or ideal for a bed and breakfast. Motivated Seller!
Contact Information
Brittani Gardner-Evans, Quest Real Estate,
(636) 791-0077

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12 Comments on c. 1890 – Mexico, MO

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  1. 1938lasalle says: 26 comments

    Wow. What a wonderful feel to this home. Love the wood and that ceiling!

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  2. Sharon says: 313 comments

    Is that vintage linoleum in the upstairs hallway? Score!

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    • Annabelle says: 116 comments

      Looks like painted hardwood to me. I really like it. Wouldn’t change it. I think that is a small bedroom though, not the hallway. You can just see the hallway railing in the right of the picture.

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      • Sharon says: 43 comments

        I see the railing now. Yes. Very small room. But I’m still hoping linoleum. That intricate design would make for some intense taping and painting.

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  3. CoraCora says: 2060 comments
    OHD Supporter & Moderator

    Clinton, TN

    This is scrumptious.

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  4. Kath says: 196 comments

    sure is Clean, i bet owners took care of it

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  5. John Shiflet says: 5452 comments

    Interesting combination of details here. It appears to be a case of an older Queen Anne partially turned towards the Bungalow style probably in the 1915-1920’s period. The owners have made the best of things by uniting the different styles with colors on the exterior. The later 20th century changes inside are more subtle. I too thought the floor covering in the upstairs room was a linoleum rug but even if painted, its skillfully done. I like the gleaming hardwood floors as well as the immaculate interior. Overall, the house seems reasonably priced for the features offered.

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  6. Robinjn says: 246 comments

    Mexico is a fairly sleepy little town with very low crime. Not a ton of employment opportunities, but it’s an easy commute to Fulton (about a half hour) or Columbia (about 45 minutes) via 4 lane highway. Street view shows some of the local bricks on the side street and lots of open land across the street. If you’re looking for an escape to a very nice little midwest city, this could be a strong contender.

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  7. DreamOn says: 41 comments

    WOW. Such a beautiful and grand house. Certainly worth a lot more than what they’re asking.

  8. Colleen J says: 1156 comments

    Why are they giving away this gorgeous home, wow! I live in the wrong country as far as house prices go, I’m in awe of the price of this house and the beauty of it.

  9. Warbon says: 114 comments

    This is out of the track and off the wall, but has anyone ever noticed how, when it’s time for the realtor to take pictures of the home, it’s always garbage day? I get tickled when I see the street view and there are the garbage cans, either full or empty, on the curb. It happens a lot and always makes me smile. Sorry, it’s just something I notice. The house is beautiful and has real character. I, too, found the floor in that little room very interesting.

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  10. Cindy Belanger says: 269 comments

    Love the open staircase, very different style. Woodwork is exceptional and also the ceilings. Great price for this very well kept home.

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