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This Home was build in 1870's and is lovingly restored with Antiques and art from the period and earlier, It has a Formal Dinning Room, Two Parlors that are separated by pockets Doors, The Kitchen has all the modern conveniences such as a Commercial Double Oven with 6 Gas Burners, Griddle , Broiler...
keokuk is a Historic Town and still has lots of History.
Box Cottage is a real charming Historic Brick home that was relocated to this property by John Box in 1848 It was brought down by Barge.when General Reid started to build house on this lot but died before completion so then the Johnstones...
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3 1/2 Baths, 6 Bedrooms, Formal Dining Room, Beautiful Living Room
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