Welcome to 407 Brown Avenue, beautiful historic home located in the well known area of Belton. This three bedroom, two bath home was originally built in the early 1900's by Blair and Mozelle Rice of the well known family who began Blair Mills and were credited with much of the growth in Belton after the Civil War. There have only been three owners of this home, one being a past mayor of the city! This classically designed estate has all of the character that you would expect in a traditional work of art. The spacious front porch invites your guest to enter a large formal living room with original hardwood floors and a fireplace with marble surround and hearth. A wonderful room sits next to the living room that is surrounded by windows allowing an abundance of natural light. This room has been used as a music room but there are many possibilities for the new owner. The formal dining room has many windows also and is a great room for entertaining guests with a well prepared feast. An additional area for the family to enjoy includes an eye catching spacious great room adorned with gorgeous wood shelves, beams and a fireplace that has an attractive wood surround and mantle. This home offers so much character! Another favorite will be the sunroom. This area has sliding glass doors around the perimeter, a wonderful place to enjoy the outside....inside! There is an abundance of cabinets for kitchen use. These original wood cabinets are in great condition and allow for much storage. Many great features in this historical home! If you are an old world home enthusiast then this is a must see for you. Call for a private showing soon!
Listing courtesy of Jackson Stanley Realtors And.