This Hannibal Mansion Can Be Yours—If You’re Loaded
The latest offering on the Hannibal-area real estate market is truly unique and altogether fabulous; however, it’s not for the casual buyer.
Garth Woodside Mansion outside of Hannibal just went on the market, at the asking price of $2,475,000. Keep scrolling to check out the pictures of amazing property. This more than a stately mansion estate on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s a turn-key business, set up for the last several decades as a bed and breakfast. In fact, it’s one of the top B and B’s in Missouri, garnering five stars on TripAdvisor. It offers 9,021 square feet on 36 acres with three impressive guest cottages.
“Welcome to Garth Woodside Mansion, rated by Trip Advisor as one of the best B & B's in Missouri. This is a wonderful opportunity for area history enthusiasts, searching for a turn key business opportunity. Featuring rich Italianate architecture with 11 private rooms and baths, three exquisite guest cottages which host five of the guest rooms, as well as a covered pavilion for weddings, receptions, and family events. Guests may stroll at their leisure over the manicured grounds and also enjoy watching the llama, alpacas and donkey grazing in their fenced pasture. This is a perfect location for corporate events, inside and outside. Beautiful lawn parties may be hosted. The large restaurant/catering/dining facility is bright and welcoming to guests. There are 14 fireplaces (12 in use) in the mansion. The cottages are each equipped with fireplaces (2 in the large cottage). Full basement provides storage for wine and area for additional freezers.”
I’ve been to Garth several times and it’s absolutely charming. There is so much rich history there. Walking through the rooms gives you a real feel of life in the early 1900’s. Many of the antique furniture and period pieces will stay with the house upon its sale.
Garth Mansion is prime real estate for sure, but it comes at a pretty prime price. The estimated monthly mortgage is $10,629. It’s out of my budget range, but if nothing else, you can spend the night or a weekend there and feel like the lord of the manor.
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