1840 – Lexington, MO – $125,000

1301-south-stBuilt in 1840, this stately property was William Bradford Waddell’s mansion. Waddell, founder of the Pony Express, occupied the home until 1868 when the Baptist Female College took up residence. This illustrious institution provided educational opportunities for young ladies, including Harry Truman’s mother, who attended the school. More than 9000 SF offers numerous possibilities for this prominent historic home which is ready for restoration.


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