The Annie Abbott House on West Walnut

This two-story clapboard house at 633 West Walnut is the perfect commercial property for your business to call “home” in downtown Springfield.

Property Summary

The Annie Abbott House is a historic Victorian property located in the heart of the Brewery District in Downtown Springfield, Missouri. It is zoned Center City Commercial and is within walking distance to most downtown restaurants and entertainment.

The interior has been mostly renovated and features 10 ft ceilings, refinished hardwood floors, detailed woodwork, updated HVAC, a reception area, a private meeting area with large pocket door, 5 office spaces, 2 restrooms, and a full kitchen. The building sits on a double lot with customer and employee parking, as well as a large deck with entrances to both floors.

Property Overview

The property can function as a single office space or the 2nd floor can be converted into an apartment space with some updates.

  • Square Feet: 1,854
  • 2 Stories
  • Zoning: Commercial
  • Year Built: 1908
  • Local Historic Site

Property Features

security system

House is wired for security system

internet

Wired for internet in most offices

full kitchen

Kitchen with full-sized fridge and stove

INVESTMENT PROPERTY

Convert upstairs into apartment for two rental spaces

Renovated

Modern updates to interior & exterior

fresh paint

Interior and exterior have recently been painted

parking

Up to 8 parking spots available

New HVAC System

Updated AC, furnace, & water heater

Outbuilding

Outbuilding with electric, A/C, and heat

They just don't make 'em like they used to.

—You on your first visit

Local Historic Site

The Annie Abbott House is a local historic site. It was added, along with its neighbor the Abbott / Peabody House at 629 in 1983.

It features fish-scale shingles and scroll brackets that support the pediment.

James Abbott, the former owner served as Mayor, as well as postmaster.

The property was recognized as a local historic site in June of 1983.

Springfield Historical Sites Board June 24, 1983

List price

$235,000

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