Wait a minute! Is this a movie set?! Have I stumbled onto a location shot for O Brother, Where Art Thou?!! Or is somebody actually selling the coolest old bank I have ever seen?!
Built in 1910, this amazing Neo-Classical gem sits in the heart of Hannibal’s National Register Historic District, and it is indeed for sale. Known as the second Farmers & Merchants Bank because it replaced the original building from 1876, this local landmark is just blocks from the Mississippi River and comes with nearly 2,500 square feet of space.
There’s an apartment upstairs, a large central room with soaring ceilings, and of course, a safe…
The building is currently zoned commercial, but I bet you could figure out a live/work situation with the city. Or who knows, maybe you could open a business? Hannibal does get a lot of tourist traffic!
Listing courtesy of Beth Knight, Century 21 Broughton.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this one-of-a-kind historical building, I’d be happy to help! The list price is $239,000.