Kansas City, MO’s Historic 1912 Bernard Corrigan House Reduced to $6M (PHOTOS)

Kansas City, MO’s Historic 1912 Bernard Corrigan House Reduced to $6M

$5,995,000 | Built c.1913 | 7 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 14,986 Sq. Ft. | 2.4 Acres
1200 W 55th Street, Kansas City, Missouri, United States, 64113

A historic home with roots dating to 1912 in Kansas City, Missouri has been reduced to $5,995,000. The nearly 15,000 square foot residence was designed by architect Louis S. Curtiss for Bernard Corrigan, who made his fortune as a contractor, street railway magnate and real estate speculator. Construction on the home started in 1912 and finished in 1913, Corrigan died suddenly just months prior to moving in. His widow sold the property in 1914 to Patrick J. White for $101,370. White sold the home in 1917 to Joseph J. Heim who lived there until 1923 when he sold it to Robert Sutherland for $90,000. The three-storey Prairie Style residence blends Art Nouveau with Frank Lloyd Wright influences creating an absolutely stunning private home. Today, the 8 bedroom, 9 bathroom home is offered fully restored and renovated for $5,995,000. The foundation is reinforced concrete and the exterior walls are faced with gray shot-sawn limestone from Carthage, Missouri. The home is set on a generous 2.4 acre lot surrounded by equally impressive homes and is just steps to the Mission Hills Country Club and the 75 acre Jacob L. Loose Part and Rose Garden. The property is on the market for $5,995,000 $6,995,000 $7,500,000 with The Nancy Ward Group.


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