Seeing Is Believing This Extraordinary Victorian On A Huge Treed Lot In North Hyde Park. Constructed In 1890 For William Barton, President Of The Barton Hat Company, And His Family, It Is Listed In The Kansas City Register Of Historic Places As A Part Of The North Hyde Park Historic District. The Red Brick House Has Glazed Tile Dormers. The Wrap-Around Front Porch Is Ideal For Entertaining Or Just Visiting With Neighbors. The Driveway Is Newer & Leads To An Original Carriage House That Also Housed Horses Back In The Day. The Built-In Sideboard In The Dining Room Is Amazing, & The House Has Seven Decorative Fireplaces Graced With Beautiful Mantles & Ceramic Tiles. The Classic Woodwork Consists Of Multiple Types Of Wood, Including Walnut, Bird’S Eye Maple, Cherry,& Oak. The Bathrooms Have Copper Plumbing & Are Restored To The Proper Look For The Era. The Original Boiler Is Still Warming The House – There Is A Non-Operative Forced Air Gas Furnace & A Central Air Conditioning Unit That Served The Second & Third Floors. The Good News Is That The Ductwork Is In Place.

Date Added: 11/2/21 at 12:35 am
Last Update: 11/1/21 at 2:23 am

Interior

  • GeneralCustom Cabinets, Kitchen Island, Painted Cabinets, Pantry, Walk- In Closet(s)
  • AppliancesCooktop, Dishwasher, Disposal, Built- In Electric Oven, Trash Compactor
  • BasementFull, Stone/ Rock
  • A/CNone
  • HeatingHot Water, Wood Stove
  • FireplaceDining Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom, Other
  • Half Baths2
  • Quarter Baths2

Exterior

  • GeneralBrick, Other, Porch
  • StyleVictorian
  • Other StructuresGarage(s)
  • ParkingDetached, Garage Faces Front

Construction

  • RoofingConcrete

Lot

  • FencingMetal

Utilities

  • WaterPublic
  • SewerCity/ Public

Location

  • HOAYes
  • HOA AmenitiesNone

Schools

  • DistrictKansas City 33 School District
  • ElementaryMagnet
  • HighMagnet
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