This 1845 Missouri Home Used to Be a Stagecoach Stop
I find the mid-to-late 1800's a fascinating period of American history. This 1845 Missouri home began during that time. It was even a stagecoach stop at one point carrying passengers and mail westward.
The physical address of this federal-styled home is 209 S 1st Street in Clarksville, Missouri. According to the Realtor listing, it's the oldest home in Clarksville and most of Missouri. It was apparently a stagecoach stop in the late 1800's.
Check out a dozen pics of what this vintage Missouri home looks like now.
1845 Missouri Home That Used to Be a Stagecoach Stop
The current owners have made it available with a current asking price of $210,000. It's a 4-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home with over 6,600 square feet of space according to the listing.
To give you an idea of what life was like in 1845, that was the year that Congress set the date in November as the uniform date for elections according to Wikipedia. It was also the year that the United States annexed Texas into the Union. James K. Polk was the President back then.
One other odd fact from that year is 1845 marked the beginning of the rubber band as the patent was submitted that year according to Wikipedia.
Not sure if rubber bands are included, but you can check out the full Realtor listing for more pics and historical facts about this Missouri home.