Canton, MO

  • $ $139,000
  • Location: ,
  • Beds: 3
  • Baths: 1.5
  • Sq Ft: 1,278
  • Lot Sq Ft: 8,432
  • Acres: 0.194

Move right in! This very well-maintained 3-bd, 1.5-bd bungalow on quiet Clark St offers so much: a sunny interior, spacious living & dining rooms, original hardwood floors & woodwork throughout, updated kitchen (all appliances convey!), 3 full bedrooms, updated bathroom, handy front porch & back mudroom and an oversized, finished 2-car garage/workshop. There are almost too many updates to list here – metal roof in 2013, furnace in 2019, ac & water heater in 2018 and nearly all appliances have been replaced. There is a full basement offering plenty of additional storage & utility space, and the 28×36 finished garage/workshop offers plenty of shelving, workshop space, concrete floors, bathroom & overhead door.

Sitting in the Canton RV School district, this is a quick 20-minute drive to Quincy, IL. Utility providers here include Ameren Electric, Liberty Gas, City of Canton water/sewer/trash & Yondoo Fiber Internet.

There isn’t much on the market now – don’t miss out on this move-in-ready home, call/text listing agent Jennifer Wood today to set up your showing at (217) 257.8812.

Address:904 Clark St
Zip Code:63435
Year Built:1910
Square Feet:1,278
Lot Square Feet:8,432
Garage:2-car detached
Property Type:Residential
Financial:Taxes: $710 (county)
Condition:Above average
Construction:1-story frame
Exterior:Metal roof (2013), vinyl siding
Interior:Sunny interior, updated paint, original woodwork
Heat/Cool:Forced air gas furnace (2019), Central air (2018)
Lot size:136x62
Location:West edge of Canton, MO
Scenery:Shaded street, quiet location
Recreation:Walking distance to swimming pool, ballfield & downtown attractions
Inclusions:Appliances: refrigerator, stove/range, dishwasher, washer, dryer
Parking:2-car detached garage, off-street parking
Rooms:3-bd, 1.5-ba
Laundry:W/D convey
Utilities:Ameren Electric, Liberty Gas, City of Canton water/sewer/trash, Yondoo Fiber Internet

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