midtown kansas city real estate: 20 Janssen Place - 10/31/13 01:58 PM

Janssen Place 
In the heart of Hyde Park sits beautiful Janssen Place; nineteen palatial homes that were built at the turn of the century.  Many of the mansions were built by the lumber barons of the time including John Tschudy (#2, Tschudy Hardwood Lumber Company), Joseph Bernardin (#42, Bernardin Lumber Company,  William Bowman (#96, Bowman-Hicks Lumber Company), George Ultch (#3 Ultch Lumber Company), John M. Byrne (#73, John M. Byrne Lumber Company) and William A. Pickering (#20, Pickering Lumber Company).

William Pickering of the Pickering Lumber Company built 20 Janssen place in 1910.  This Italiante Revival style house is approximately 9,377 square feet on … (1 comments)

midtown kansas city real estate: Roanoke in Kansas City - 05/31/13 11:42 AM
Roanoke is a quaint urban neighborhood that sits east of Southwest Trafficway between 39th and 36th streets and runs west to Roanoke road.  The Roanoke neighborhood was established at the turn of the century when the Roanoke Investment company bought 188 acres from the Kansas City Interstate Fair in 1887.  Between 1900 and 1910 forty houses were built by many of Kansas City's prominent families including the Muehlebach's, Volker's and Benton's and designed by many well known architects including Frank Lloyd Wright, Nelle Peters, and Henry Holt.
These owners and their designers built homes in the styles popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  They valued the … (0 comments)

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Welcome to Mickey’s Midtown Kansas City! My name is Mickey Coulter, and I am a real estate agent for Better Homes here in Kansas City. When I am not selling homes, I am out and about looking for fun events happening around the Metro. Mickey’s Midtown Kansas City will have short features on upcoming events in the performing arts, concerts, and venues and sporting events. I also will feature unique homes and neighborhoods in and around Kansas City. And don’t forget to watch my HGTV House Hunter episode I did a couple of years ago; it’s a hoot! There’s so much more to come and not only about Kansas City homes and events — but I will also feature Kansas City businesses, charities and extraordinary people. Be sure to check out What’s for Dinner, which is just a short acknowledgement of a great dining experience I’ve recently had! Please contact me with any upcoming event I should know about and enjoy Mickey’s Midtown Kansas City!



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