Landmark ‘Emerald on the Hill’ in Kansas City Reduced to $800K (PHOTOS)

Landmark ‘Emerald on the Hill’ in Kansas City Reduced to $800K

$799,000 | Built c.1909 | 4,625 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.32 Acres
3727 Holmes Street, Kansas City, Missouri, United States, 64109

Wonderfully preserved and sensitively updated, Kansas City, Missouri’s landmark Emerald on the Hill was recently reduced to $799,000 and is currently labelled as contingent. The 111-year-old residence was designed by architect Shelby H. Kurfiss and built for jeweller, Louis Oppenstein. Crowned with a spectacular green tile roof, the Emerald on the Hill offers more than 4,600 square feet of interior space with a large entry hall opening to formal rooms with columns, crown mouldings, beamed ceilings and mahogany woodwork. The residence includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, an updated kitchen, artist’s studio and a sweeping staircase curving inside a turret topped with a conical roof. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the home comes complete with lovely art glass windows and a charming veranda and second level terrace overlooking the Harrison Parkway. The Emerald on the Hill hit the market in 2018 for $1,000,000. It’s currently on the market for $799,000 Reece Nichols.

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