c. 1900 – Rushville, MO

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301 Valley St, Rushville, MO 64484

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  • $124,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1452 Sq Ft
  • 0.25 Ac.
GRAND HOUSE OF RUSHVILLE, just recently remodeled, is ready for you to call home! Newly refinished floors throughout. Vinyl siding is 2 years old! Brand new furnace & newer A/C. New gutters w/ leaf guard. New slate flooring in kitchen area. New storm windows. Very spacious square footage. Great place to raise a family. Within minutes to Atchison, 15 min to Weston and a short drive to St Joe, makes this location convenient. 2 story wrap around porch w gingerbread trim, for all the curb appeal!
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Kirby Shifflett, RE/MAX
(816) 858-9009
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11 Comments on c. 1900 – Rushville, MO

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  1. MichaelMichael says: 2530 comments
    1979 That 70's show
    Otis Orchards, WA

    Love the two-story porch and the floors look nice!

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  2. MoC says: 7 comments

    My dad grew up in this very small town, where there are numerous old homes similar to this. This particular house was discussed on a Rushville Facebook page, and was noted to be older than 1900. From the FB page: “The Cooper Hotel. The Cooper Hotel dates back to 1881 which was run by Charles Cooper. The Hotel has a iconic two story wraparound porch with decorative spindle work. The overall design of the house is in the Queen Anne Style. The House it self was built some time in the mid to late 1890’s. Charles Cooper would leave the House to his son Archibald who was also the town’s Postmaster for quite some time. Tink Cooper would receive the house in 1966.” Tink Cooper was a cousin to my dad.

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  3. Clund says: 129 comments

    Wow, I sure hope whoever buys this house restores those porches! They give the house tremendous curb appeal. The wood floors, pocket doors and wide trim inside are fabulous. And they have birds!! In the pictures where you see the vinyl flooring but not the cages I thought it odd, but with birds…yeah that flooring would be much easier to clean.

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  4. Gigi Regnier says: 40 comments

    A room full of parrots! What more does one need. Love the house too.

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  5. kathystokesphillips says: 197 comments

    REMINDS ME of a steamboat

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  6. Hi! I’m the proud new owner of this beautiful house! I’m hoping to learn as much about it’s history as I can and will be doing some remodeling over time to strip the 70’s decor that can be found throughout the house and attempt to restore the early 1900’s design including restoring the original claw foot tub in the back yard and putting it back in the house as well as removing the laminate flooring and wood paneling. We also plan to uncover the beautiful brick chimneys and add wood stoves back into the house! I will be sure to post updated pictures as changes are made. Thanks for all the love ❤️

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 11832 comments
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      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      Belated congrats! We’d love to see updated photos! You can upload some to your profile, going to “My Profile” at the top of the site, then ‘Photos’. There you can add an album which is how yo add photos. Or if you have a Facebook page for the home, you can share a link that way too.

    • MichaelMichael says: 2530 comments
      1979 That 70's show
      Otis Orchards, WA

      Congratulations, Michelle! I’m so glad to hear the porch is restored. It’s one of my favorite parts. I mean seriously, who wouldn’t want a two story porch! Please send pictures to Kelly of your progress and keep us old house junkies in the loop of your journey with this home!

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