Lewistown, MO


Just what you are looking for – this very well-kept 3-bed, 1.5-bath ranch home is completely move-in-ready, and includes 5 acres and a very nice 40×30 finished metal utility shed & 44×32 metal shed. The home has been updated and the main level includes an oversized sunny kitchen, huge pantry, center island, and all appliances convey (including refrigerator, stove/range, dishwasher & wine fridge!).  There is a living room overlooking the front yard and a cozy family room, master bedroom, two big bedrooms and full bath. Downstairs you’ll find a finished art/craft room, family room with gas fireplace, big storage room, utility room & bathroom/laundry room. The finished 30×40 metal utility shed has a furnace, overhead door, concrete floors & electric panel. The 44×32 shed has doors on both sides offering plenty of parking & storage. You’ll love the huge yard, private location, and the view! Utilities are reasonable, and both Mark Twain & CenturyLink internet are available. This is a quick 10-min drive to Canton or Ewing, or 35 minutes to Quincy, IL.

Call/text listing agent Jennifer Wood today to set up your showing at (217) 257-8812.

Address:19086 240th Ave
Zip Code:63452
Year Built:1971
Square Feet:1,776
Lot Square Feet:213,443
Garage:Attached 2-car, Detached 2-car
Property Type:Residential
Financial:Taxes: $1047.77 (2022)
Condition:Above average
Construction:1-story frame
Exterior:Vinyl, Shingle roof
Interior:Updated, sunny interior, fresh paint, big rooms
Flooring:Laminate, vinyl
Heat/Cool:Forced air gas furnace (2019), Central air (2019)
Lot size:4.9 acres
Location:Rural Monticello
Scenery:Big yard, shaded, rural
Recreation:Gardening, wildlife
General:Full walkout basement, partially finished, storage, bathroom
Inclusions:Refrigerator, stove/oven, dishwasher, wine fridge, washer, dryer
Parking:Attached 2-car garage, detached 2-car garage/workshop
Rooms:3-bed, 1.5-bath
Laundry:W/D convey
Utilities:REC Electric, Liberty Gas, Lewis County Water, Mark Twain/CenturyLink Internet

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