I recently was looking at some homes for sale in Sedalia when I noticed this Victorian home on 3rd Street that's for sale. According to the Zillow listing, the home was built in 1895, making it one of the oldest homes for sale right now.

According to the listing, the home has high ceilings, decorative trim, and molding. It had three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and an open foyer. On the main floor, there are two living rooms, a dining room, and a kitchen with a dining area. All three bedrooms are on the second floor, and there's even an elevator between what the listing calls the parlor and the master bedroom. There's laundry in the home, off the second-floor master bedroom and bathroom, which are connected.

The home comes with an unfinished basement for storage and also safety during storms.

While the basement may be unfinished, the listing describes the kitchen as a dream kitchen complete with beautiful cabinetry, granite countertops, a breakfast nook, island, pantry, and more.

I'm impressed with the space in the home. And I mean the space everywhere. I suppose pictures can be deceiving, but it seems like there's plenty of room in the living spaces, the kitchen, and upstairs in the bedrooms. Heck, even the bathroom off the master bedroom is surprisingly spacious and well-appointed.

The home is cooled by central air, heated by forced air natural gas, comes with a two-car garage, and is built on .39 acres of property. The home is being offered by Billie Barnes of Remax of Sedalia and is listed on Zillow for $250,000.

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Check Out this 1895 Home For Sale in Sedalia

Check out this great three-bedroom, three-bathroom home built in 1895 for sale on 3rd Street in Sedalia. It's the perfect mix of a classic look on the outside and a nice mix of classic looks and updates inside the home. There's even an elevator from the parlor to the master bedroom. It's being offered on Zillow by Billie Barnes Remax of Sedalia.

Check Out This Large Historic Sedalia Home Available on Vrbo

Check out this historic restored 130-year-old home in Sedalia close to the Missouri State Fair, our historic district, and The Kay Trail. This four-bedroom home sleeps up to 11 people in seven beds. It might just be the place to book if you have lots of out-of-town family coming for a visit. Or you're holding a family reunion. This home is hosted by House Sedalia and available for booking on Vrbo. The hosts have ties to our community and occasionally use the home when they're in town with their children visiting family and friends.