The Historic Lightburne Hall is ready for its new owner! This Classic Greek Revival, 26 room, 8 bedroom mansion, built by Mayor Alvan Lightburne in 1848, is a 3-story home with walkout basement. The 2-story portico with lower veranda overlooks the side yard and in-ground pool. With approximately 8000 square feet of living space, it’s one of the largest and oldest restored Antebellum mansions in the Kansas City area. Oak flooring overlays original pine wood. 24 exterior walls and 18 interior walls of handmade brick, 12′ ceilings, wide doorways & tall windows give testament to quality workmanship. Grace and style fill the home and with an open and airy feel. The main floor features 2 large foyers, a stately hearth room w/ built-ins, large formal dining room, bright open kitchen w/ island, 2 spacious living rooms, and half bath. 2nd floor features 4 large bedrooms, including master suite w/ fireplace. Two of the bedrooms have full baths. Laundry on this floor. Large foyer w/ access to front balcony. At the landing of the gorgeous staircase is a set of double doors that leads to a 2nd balcony overlooking the side yard. The 3rd floor features 2 more large bedrooms, open den area, and full bath. Daylight basement has a walk-out to a large 16′ x 24′ pool in good condition. Basement has a full bath, kitchen/bar and 2 bedrooms that need finishing work. Also, other unfinished areas. Lightburne Hall has had extensive renovations over the years. Some areas of the home need further work but sellers have continued renovations on the home while they have lived there for the past 10 years. Selling AS IS. Lightburne Hall has is situated on three lots with a large two car detached garage with a bonus potential apartment/office space above the garage that has electric run to it. Lightburne Hall, one of the few remaining Greek Revival homes in Missouri, is one block off the downtown Liberty Square, in Liberty’s Historic district and is on the National Historic Registry.
Updated on July 1, 2021 at 5:11 pm