Prominent 1906 Greek Revival Mansion in Independence, Kansas
$305,000 | Built 1906 | 3,752 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 2.5+ Baths | 0.27 Acres
215 S 5th St, Independence, KS 67301
Constructed in 1906 for Harry F. Sinclair of the Sinclair Pipe Line Company, this historic Greek Revival mansion has been reduced to $305,000 in Independence, Kansas. Listing details: An Independence historical treasure! This Greek Revival style home was originally built for Harry F. Sinclair in 1906 whom the Sinclair Pipe Line Company was named after. The risers in the staircase are shorter than normal because Sinclair was lame as a result of a hunting accident. The home includes a full basement (with a half bath) which features a hand-laid tile floor and was once used as a party/rec room. The carriage house and attic were once used as servant’s quarters. The huge pillars and red tile roof are still intact and characterize the outside of the home. Birdseye Maple woodwork and wood-carved pillars set off the interior.
This home has been used by the ministers of the Presbyterian Church for 4 different ministers over the past several years. Birdseye Maple woodwork and wood-carved pillars are notable features on the interior. Two fireplaces on the main floor with one in the basement and 2nd story. This property is being sold as is, no repairs by owners and no paid buyers closing cost unless increase in offer by the buyer. Real estate taxes are not paid by the owner as it is owned by First Presbyterian Church, taxes should be in the range of $5,000, will change upon sale probably. Please check out the virtual tour by clicking on the movie icon at the top of the listing! This historic home is on the market for $305,000 withLyle SpringerofMidwest Real Estate, Inc. Photography byJulie EiseleofMidwest Real Estate, Inc. Take the 3D Matterport tour!