BOTT HOUSE - KC, MO

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m.perrino
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BOTT HOUSE - KC, MO

Post by m.perrino »

I might have an opportunity in Mid June to be in K.C. Looking for recommendations to skip
work and visit the Bott House - I see it is by appointment only. Can anyone comment on
this property. Thanks.

Paul Ringstrom
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Location: Mason City, IA

Re: BOTT HOUSE - KC, MO

Post by Paul Ringstrom »

The site is spectacular as it is at the top of a bluff. The owner (friendly) is an architect, but I think he does not live in this house.

I sent you some info on the owner.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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