Extraordinary, one-of-a kind home in the middle of 4 acres! 1910 Colonial 3 story brick home was built by Robert Ward, a prominent banker, coal company entrepreneur, and dairy farmer in Benton. The original blueprints of the home are in the seat on the landing. This gorgeous 6 bedroom, 3 bath home has recently housed the Glass Haunt, a stained glass business. As you see in the photographs, there are numerous pieces of amazing stained glass throughout the home. The front door entry is over 6 feet with arched leaded & beveled glasses that opens to a wide, 3-story staircase. 18 x 34 living room with a 6ft fully functioning fireplace. Several original brass wall lights, ceiling chandeliers, and candle sconces of the period. Wonderful 16 x 17 sunroom greets the sunrise over the wooded grounds.
From Dairy Queen, drive east on State Route 14. Turn right onto McLeansboro St. Property is approximately 1/8 mile on the left. It sits back off the road. There is not a real estate sign.