Buying Homes in Columbia Missouri

$2,200,000
6 Beds 5 Baths 415253 MLS
Welcome to a unique manifestation of vision, meticulous planning, and love - a New England Shingle style masterpiece on a private 10.78 -acre lot in Columbia, MO. Built by the current owner, this 6-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom haven is a testament to impeccable craftsmanship and a dedication to creating a warm, inviting home. The property is an oasis of natural beauty, presenting a harmonious blend of wooded areas and open spaces. At the heart of this amazing property, a serene lake offers a peaceful retreat. In addition, a state-of-the-art inground pool, equipped with both chiller, heater & UV filter, caters to year-round recreation and relaxation. Inside, you'll be greeted by rich mahogany-stained custom wood trim, imbuing the home with a warmth and sophistication that carries throughout. A culinary haven awaits in the kitchen, boasting granite countertops, custom solid mahogany-built cabinetry, and GE Monogram appliances, making cooking both an art and a pleasure. Entertainment is effortlessly catered for with the expansive deck, offering sublime views and ample space for outdoor dining and gatherings. Complementing this outdoor paradise is the lower-level Wine Room - a wine enthusiast must have - and the welcoming ambiance of three wood-burning fireplaces, with added musical notes by a whole interior and exterior home speaker system providing an idyllic setting for cozy New England evenings in the heart of Missouri. Imported Travertine tile flooring from Turkey blended with high-end organic barnwood Hickory wood flooring brings an elegant touch to the generous living spaces, reflecting the home's marriage of comfort and luxury. From the smooth paved driveway to the shingle-style exterior, every detail has been thoughtfully considered and executed. This home isn't just a structure of beams and walls, but a testament to a dream lovingly brought to fruition by its current owner. Experience this perfect blend of New England charm and Missouri tranquility. Your dream home in Columbia, MO is just a tour away.

841 S STATE HWY UU, Columbia

$1,100,000
5 Beds 3 Baths 418440 MLS
Discover this captivating walk-out ranch home nestled on 60 acres of wooded land (two parcels), featuring a gated entrance. This extraordinary property in Columbia provides a unique opportunity to own a spacious estate, unrestricted by subdivision rules, and served by Hallsville schools. With its ideal combination of seclusion, coziness, and rural allure, this enchanting home offers the perfect retreat while remaining conveniently close to city amenities. The home is nestled within a picturesque clearing, surrounded by lush greenery, rolling hills, and towering trees, providing an ideal space for outdoor activities, gardening, or simply unwinding amidst nature's splendor. (See #418441 & #418442 for other options. Buyer/Buyer agent to verify all details.) (Cont) Take advantage of the trails that wind throughout the property or follow the meandering creek, which connects to Hinkson Creek. Whether you enjoy hunting, four-wheeling, hiking, or exploring, this property has it all. Relax on the covered front porch or unwind on the screened deck, allowing the stresses of the world to melt away. Step inside and discover a meticulously maintained home that exudes warmth and character. The entry seamlessly flows into spacious living areas, bathed in natural light, creating an inviting ambiance for gatherings or a quiet evening by the fireplace. The dining room opens to an oversized deck with memorable views. The smartly-designed kitchen serves as the heart of the home, open to both the living and dining areas. It features beautiful wood cabinetry, granite counters, a tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a central island, a serving bar, and ample storage. Adjacent to the kitchen is a private sitting room, accessed through a set of French doors, which leads to the primary bedroom. The primary bedroom boasts a private ensuite with dual vanities, a jetted tub, a separate shower, and a walk-in closet. The main floor also includes a laundry room with a storage closet, built-in cabinets, and access to the deck, as well as two additional bedrooms and a full guest bathroom. On the lower level, you'll find a spacious entertaining area with a "corn" stove insert for the fireplace and garden doors that open to a back patio. There are two additional bedrooms, a non-conforming bedroom or office, a large storage room, and another full bathroom. Additionally, the property offers an excavated two-car garage, perfect for storage or hobbies. This listing presents an incredible opportunity to own a truly remarkable property.

7001, 7121 E MT HOPE RD, Columbia

$995,000
4 Beds 5 Baths 417971 MLS
Classic Beauty is Always In Style* This lovely home was the last home built in the Grasslands before WWII. The plaster walls, red oak hardwood and intricate tile floors, crystal door knobs and ornate light fixtures are as beautiful & functional today as they were when the home was new. Designed for entertaining! The home features 4 very large bedrooms & 3 full baths and laundry facilities upstairs. On the main floor, you have the extra large kitchen/breakfast room space, a formal dining room w/built-in China cabinets, a stunning living room, a sun room, and a outstanding first floor study/library. This home sits on a 0.58 acre double lot , Only a brisk 9 minute walk to University Hospital for those so inclined! It is within walking distance of all MU athletic events The Grasslands Subdivision was platted in 1926 from the estate of George Bingham Rollins. This lovely home designed by Harry Satterlee Bill (who was the #2 architect on the Empire State Building) and built in 1939 by Silas Woodson Canada, the last home built in the Grasslands before WWII. At the time, it was the most expensive home built in Columbia, at a cost of $25,000. It was also the first home in Columbia to have central air conditioning. S.W. Canada was Registrar at the University of Missouri from 1919 to 1959. Mr. Canada died in Nov 1986. The home was sold in a closed bid auction in Feb 1987. The current owner was the high bidder and is only the second owner of this amazing home in 84 years. Prior to moving in, the new owners had a number of repairs done to the home - while focusing on maintaining the historical elegance of this home. In 1994, the Seller undertook a significant three-story, 1,500 sq foot addition. The primary focus of the 1994 updates were to enlarge the size of the kitchen, creating a huge combo kitchen / breakfast room space. In addition, the smallest "maid's room" was enlarged to become the new master bedroom suite. The basement was also enlarged to provide more storage space. The windows are original double-hung wood sash windows that include counterbalancing weights on a chain. The location of this elegant 2-story home is one of it's finest features. The yard boasts multiple large shade trees featuring a huge oak on the west side and a lovely patio. The garage which has storage space above is connected to the home by a porte-cochère. History of Missouri ex rel. Gaines v. Canada, 305 U.S. 337 (1938)** In June 1935, the Registrar at the University of Missouri, Silas Woodson Canada, received a request for a catalog from a prospective student in Jefferson City. Within a week, a form letter and a catalog were on their way to Lloyd L. Gaines. Application forms in 1935 did not ask applicants to identify their race. Only when MU received Gaines's transcript from Lincoln did officials realize that Gaines was black. Registrar S. W. Canada was instructed to send Gaines a telegram indicating that his application no longer was considered a routine matter. Subsequently, the Board of Curators resolved that the application of Lloyd L. Gaines be rejected. A petition was filed that contended that the rejection of Gaines "solely on the basis of color was a clear violation of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution." Mr. Canada was named in the lawsuit as the representative for the University because of his position as Registrar. Gaines v. Canada, was a United States Supreme Court decision holding that states which provided a school to white students had to provide in-state education to Black students as well. States could satisfy this requirement by allowing Black and white students to attend the same school or creating a second school for Black students. Missouri complied with the order by setting aside limited funds for the creation of a Black law school at Lincoln University. Lincoln University School of Law was a professional graduate school of Lincoln University (a historically Black university), which operated in St. Louis, Missouri from September 20, 1939, until it closed in 1955. Thurgood Marshall, who argued before the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education and many other cases challenging official discrimination, later called Gaines one of the NAACP's "greatest victories." *Title of Inside Columbia article describing this home, dated April 2007 **Details excepted from articles on the Truman Library website, Wikipedia, and History of University of Missouri Law School Timeline

115 BINGHAM RD, Columbia

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