Charles M. Ball Home

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Listing Type: For Sale
Property Type: Multi-use
Price: $274,900
Location: 702 Spruce St.
Coffeyville
Kansas 67337
Style: Queen Anne
Year Built: 1906
Half Bathrooms: 1
Lot Size (acres): .38
Size (square feet): 4,514
Condition: Move in ready
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Submission Date: 09-18-2013
Last Update: 11-06-2014
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Agent Details: Virginia Miller
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Phone Number: 620.251.4527
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Dalton Gang Robbery, Coffeyville, KS Banker's home who stopped the robbery,  National Trust of Historic Places, Register of KS Historic Places, restored Charles M. Ball home for sale.

Home features:  landscaped yard with mature trees; glass/screen enclosed front porch; 2 gas, stone fireplaces; original light fixtures; wood floors; new mechanicals, including radiant heat, plumbing, electrical; beautiful oak staircase featuring leaded glass on landing windows; back family staircase; large entrance foyer joined on each side by a spacious living room and dining room--an entertainer's dream; large 1st floor powder room; large master with attached bath; pedestal sinks; original tiled family bath; 3rd floor apartment with rental or B&B potential, includes kitchen, bath, sitting room, bedroom; garage apartment  with new electrical could be restored for rental; 2-car garage; kitchen opens to deck covered by electrically operated awning; brick patio with fountain; expansive back yard with mature trees and landscaping.

A beautiful historical home for entertaining, family, and potential income.  Mr. Ball was the Condon National Bank banker who interrupted the infamous October 5, 1892 final Dalton Gang Bank raid.  He told the Daltons that the safe would not be open for another 10 minutes, thus, stalling the raid.
 
One hour from Tulsa airport, one hour from Hard Rock Casino, one hour from Grand Lake, 2 hours from Wichita and Topeka.
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National Trust & KS Trust Historic Plaque
National Trust of Historic Places & KS Register of Historic plaque designation for Charles M. Ball home


Charles M. Ball Living Room
Living room featuring large gas fireplace, original tile surround and wood mantel, wood floors


Charles M. Ball Oak Staircase
View of main oak staircase, north entrance, paneled walls, wood floors, storage nook, entrance to half-bath located under staircase


Charles M. Ball northeast view
Northeast view of home, featuring large bay windows, gables, landscaping


Original Tile Bath
Tile bath features original subway tile, pedestal sink, cast iron tub, light fixtures






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