If you fancy yourself as a potential Airbnb owner or just love historic Hannibal homes, I found one that you might be interested in. It's a home built in 1891 that is chock full of bedrooms and bathrooms with a very Victorian feel.

I once aspired to be a Property Brother. Spoiler Alert: I'm not. But, I do love browsing real estate websites and sharing unique homes when I come across them. This is that. It's 313 N 5th in Hannibal, a home built in 1891 that has tons of bedrooms and bathrooms and bed and breakfast potential.

Hannibal Home Built in 1891 Could Be a Sweet Airbnb

One of my favorite things about the Hannibal/Quincy area is the large amount of historic buildings that remain. Not many places in America have this many homes built prior to 1900 like we do.

Along with the history, Realtor.com shows this has 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms occupying over 5,000 square feet. Since I'm certainly no real estate expert, here are a few more facts from the listing you might want to know:

Many original features including woodwork, light fixtures, stained glass, built ins, and doors. Home has two and a half stories of living space. Nice wrap around porch and patio with hot tub at the back of the house. Main level has two parlors, sitting room, dining room with beautiful natural woodwork, kitchen, and full bathroom. The second story has large landing area and offers five bedrooms. All bedrooms on second floor have a private bath, with two rooms sharing one bathroom.

It's a lot of house with a lot of history and potential uses. For me, it would have a bedroom for each of my 7 children. For you, maybe it's a business opportunity. The current asking price according to Realtor is $270,000. Check out the full listing for even more pics and details.

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