c. 1850 Italianate – Clarksville, MO – $70,000

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Added to OHD on 1/11/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/1/19   -   11 Comments
212 Washington St, Clarksville, MO 63336

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Historic Home located in downtown Clarksville on the Mississippi River. This unique 1.5 STY was built in 1850 & sits on a double lot... high on a hill & a block from Highway 79. This property has a formal living room & a formal dining room + 2 bedrooms & a full bath on the first floor. The eat-in kitchen w/built in cabinets needs some renovation. The main floor laundry is a pleasant surprise w/a full wall of built-in pantry/cabinet doors. The second floor has 2 large bedrooms & another full bath + a small room that was previously used as a kitchen. This could be a great single-family home OR used as a 2-family OR restored to a possible Bed & Breakfast.
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Melanie Mcilroy, Real Living Real Estate
(636) 379-2378
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11 Comments on c. 1850 Italianate – Clarksville, MO – $70,000

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  1. AvatarEileenM says: 229 comments

    This is uncanny. I just commented on the brick italianate and this house is almost identical to one I actually lived in years ago.
    ! Too bad that this one has become a two-family.

  2. AvatarKattie says: 228 comments

    Time to restore this grand old lady and bring her back to her former glory!

  3. AvatarSarah with a H says: 33 comments

    Our 1906 home was a duplex from 1950 to 1970. We bought it in 2002. We tackled the largest project in 2005. The stairway to the second floor was ruined, so a very good carpenter rebuilt it completely. A few years later we got a photo of the original stairway. He nailed it!! Expensive but worth it! We need to do some small projects, but no one coming in can tell it was divided.

  4. AvatarAndrea S says: 25 comments

    Anyone know what the metal thing is in the 9th picture from the end? I’ve never seen something like that before. Almost looks like an indoor well pump or something…?

  5. MichaelMichael says: 1216 comments

    That hand crank water pump (picture 17) is pretty cool. I wonder if it works?

  6. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 788 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.

    I’d buy it for the hand crank well ☺️

  7. AvatarJennifer says: 32 comments

    Yay! Thanks for sharing the house I sent you! I am kinda loving MO right now…


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