Francis Browne House- built 1879
402 South 12th Street
Built in 1879 by Irish immigrant and wholesale grocer Francis Browne, this Italianate was later home to Northern Civil War General and US Congressman General James Craig.
Henry K. White House- built 1888
503 South 11th Street
2 1/2 story Queen Anne style house built in 1888 for Henry K. White, an attorney with White and Spencer. This house sustained a major roof fire in 1995 and the owners have reconstructed the roof to it’s original lines. The front porch ajd siding have also been restored. Restored between 2000 to 2018.
Corby Mansion - built 1860 and 1882
302 South 11th Street
Home built by Colonel Joseph Corby in 1882. The rear two story Italianate Style home was built in 1860 and in 1882 a Second Empire three story addition was added.
Henry Hansen House - built 1895
1029 Charles Street
This Queen Anne style home was built as a single residence for Henry M. Hansen, secretary of Hansen Coal and Ice Company.
Charles Schultz Home- built 1871
1019 Charles Street
This is one of the few Italianate style frame dwellings in Museum Hill. It was built in 1871 for a partner in the Schultz, Hosea Hardware Company. House retains its paired bracketed boxed cornice and bracketed window lintels.
Edward Hamilton House - built 1851
1423 Francis Street
Home of Edward Hamilton & his family. First built in an octagonal shape circa 1851, it was modified to a Second Empire design circa 1876. Craftsman style sun rooms were added circa 1912.
Otto Quentin House- built 1906
1102 Edmond Street
This is a two story brick dwelling built in 1906 for Otto Quentin. Built with an irregular plan shape, this late Queen Anne house possesses some stylistic details of the Craftsman style.
Chase Mansion- built 1885
1102 Felix Street
Built in 1885 by a prominent grocer by the name of George Kennard, this mansion was purchased in 1910 by Ernest W. Chase of The Chase Candy Company who invented the famous “Cherry Mash” Candy bar.
Nunning House - built 1887
1401 Jules Street
Beautiful mansion in the Queen Anne Victorian Style of Architecture. The home is of historical importance for its original owner (August Nunning) and his ties to Missouri's Brewery history.
Horton House- built 1859
401 South 12th Street
Built by carpenter John Sheehan, this is one of the oldest wooden frame houses in St. Joseph. In 1864, Edwin R. Horton, a clerk and freight agent for the St. Joseph & W. Railroad purchased the home.
302 South 10th Street
Wyeth-Tootle Mansion - built 1879
1100 Charles Street
Designed by E.J. Eckel and built by William and Eliza Wyeth in 1879. This Majestic Structure was inspired by the castles on the Rhine River in Germany.
Evans Ray Mansion- built 1877
This elaborate Queen Anne was built in 1877 by a lumber baron.The irregular massing of the house is achieved through multiple bay windows and gables. Windows feature arched transoms. The front porch is supported by turned posts with open tracery bracketing executed in a floral motif. The same bracketing is used on the second story porch.
Amelia Langue House- built 1905
112 North 13th Street
Restoration in Progress!
201 South 11th Street
Shakespeare Chateau- built 1885
809 Hall Street
12th & Francis
Hax Duplex- built 1887
417 South 11th Street
Originally built as an income-producing double tenement by George Hax who lived next door.
The Yoga Room
Vineyard Mansion- built 1890
1225 Charles Street
Designed by the Architectural firm of Eckel & Mann, this Romanesque Revival mansion was home to B. R. Vineyard.
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