Property Address: 310 E 5th Street
Fulton, MO 65251
Contact: Kathy Richey Liddle, Broker Salesperson
Coldwell Banker Niedergerke & Co
1004 Bluff Street
Fulton, MO 65251
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Contact Telephone: 573-220-2209
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Property URL: https://www.coldwellbanker.com/Coldwell-Banker-Niedergerke-%26-Co-12123c/Kathy-Richey-Liddle-465437a
Date Business Established: 04/08/1998
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Area Description: Fulton is a small, picturesque historic town nestled in the center of the state of Missouri and home to two universities, Westminster College and William Woods University and the Missouri School for the Deaf. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton commemorates Winston Churchill and his Iron Curtain speech. His 1946 address built a legacy bringing to Westminster College many world leaders; Margaret Thatcher, Harry S. Truman, Gerald R. Ford, Ronald W. Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Mikhail Gorbachev and more. Churchill’s granddaughter acquired a section of the Berlin Wall to create a sculpture, entitled “Break Through”, which is at Westminster College. Also, The Memorial includes the Church of St Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury which was dismantled in London and rebuilt on the Westminster campus to mark Churchill’s visit.
Novelist Henry Bellamann was born in Fulton in 1882. Fulton is said to have been Bellamann’s model for the fictional town in the novel Kings Row. The film cast included Robert Cummings and Ronald Reagan. M F Bell, an American architect, designed a number of historic buildings in Fulton. It is recorded that he was involved in the remodeling of this property in 1908.
These are just a few examples of our friendly little town with brick streets. However, we are only a few miles away from the state capitol, Jefferson City, and Columbia – home of Missouri University and the MIZZOU Tigers.
Site Description: Step inside this grand Queen Anne style home and revel in the detail of the craftsmanship of this era. This 4 bedroom, 4 bath home was built in 1900, remodeled in 1908 by M. F. Bell and added onto in 1981. It has been lovingly restored while keeping the charm and grandeur of the past. This home boasts nearly 4,000 sq. ft of living space and is set on 2 lots totaling .7 acres, close to downtown Fulton. From the spacious front porch you are welcomed into its beautiful foyer with original parquet flooring, a stained glass window on the stairway landing, to the picturesque rooms and beautiful Swarovski Strass Crystal chandelier above the dining room table and so much more. Entertain on the spacious deck and pergola off of the breakfast room. All this and loads of storage and closet space. In addition, the more than 3,000 sq. ft. detached, 2-story, 5 car garage boasts a vehicle painting room and elevator to the second story storage area.
Structural Description: Four bedrooms: master on lower level and three bedrooms upstairs. Parlor, family room, living room, formal dining room, large family room, breakfast room. 1 ½ baths on the lower level and 2 full baths upstairs. Beautiful back yard and deck area. Large garage formally used to store antique cars. City utilities which include: electric, water, sewer, gas and trash pick up. 12 month average utility cost – $386.66
Offering: List Price: $575,000. Contact Kathy Richey Liddle for more information. Phone or text – 573-220-2209 or by email – email@example.com . Seller’s Disclosure, additional photos and other documentation can be emailed.
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- Property Taxes: $2,546.82
- Electric: 12 mo. Average – $386.66 (includes: Electric, Water, Gas, Trash, Sewer)
- Water & Sewer: Included in city utilities see above under electric costs
- Gas: Included in city utilities see above under electric costs
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