Here is your chance to own an Historic Building from Early Hannibal. Built in the 1830's it was owned by A.S. Robards and used for his steam powered flour mill. Their flour took first place at the 1853 World's Fair in New York City. His son, John was a life long friend of Mark Twain. The three story stone construction remains true to its original design. The present owners have stabilized the stone with extensive exterior and interior tuck pointing. A rear courtyard with hand wrought iron gate and concrete patio provides outdoor living space. Second and third floors have been gutted. Roof was replaced by previous owner. Located in the Mark Twain Historic District. The National Register of Historic Properties listing provides opportunities for tax credits with a certified rehabilitation. Hannibal, Missouri is the boyhood home of Mark Twain and is known throughout the world. Over 300,000 tourists visit Hannibal annually. Excellent Opportunity to locate Your business in this property!
Property Link: /property/208-Bird-HANNIBAL-MO-63401-PRG18025115
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|Square Footage:||3,600 Sq. Ft.||Taxes:||$564|
|Lot Square Footage:||1,742 Sq. Ft.|