What do you think you could do with 100 years of Missouri history? There's a building in Perry that dates back that far that features 42 stained glass windows.

This is 502 W Main Street in Perry, Missouri. It was built in 1921 and is now featured on Realtor.com. Here are some details from the listing:

This absolutely gorgeous building hosts 42 stained glass windows dating back to 1921. There are 30 sectioned rooms with 5, 000 sq. ft. of space on each level, with 6 additional room spaces in the balcony area. The basement has a 16' x 20' kitchen with a 10 burner gas stove, double oven, and refrigerator; large dining room, living room, several bedrooms, and lots of other rooms to use at your discretion.

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Check out pics to see the stained glass awesomeness for yourself.

Historic Paris Building Built in 1921 has 42 Stained Glass Windows

The stats on the building are impressive. It's a 10,000 square foot building that appears to have been the Presbyterian Church years ago. That would explain the stained glass windows. It appears the property is available if the thought of owning a 100 year old Missouri building inspires you. The current asking price on Realtor.com is $225,000 as of this writing.

The listing says the building is being used as a retail business right now, but there are lots of possibilities. Check out the full listing for more details on this historic Perry, Missouri building.

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