501 W Myrtle St,
Home was built for Thomas Booth who built the Booth Hotel in 1911. There are many leaded and stained glass windows. Three of the 4 fireplaces are made from Independence paving brick. Third floor was servants quarters. Butlers bell from Master bedroom to 3rd floor still intact. Screaming monkey fireplace on 2nd floor. The dining room is a show stopper with a full wall of Tiger oak china cabinets and drawers w/leaded glass doors. Impressive large butler pantry. Hardwood floors everywhere except 3rd floor. All natural beautiful woodwork. Master bedroom suite includes library, sunroom and bathroom. Full basement is divided, one side family & rec room plus bath; other side laundry & bath. The 1714 in basement is not included in house sq. ft. Cedar closet in attic. Sunroom in SE corner has C H/A. Home is insulated. Wrap porch. Laundry chutes on 1st and 2nd floors. Two staircases to 2nd floor. Fish scale siding. Fenced garden area w/natural rock fountain feature. Corner lot.