About This 1909 Historic House In Kansas City Missouri
The Jeweler, Louis Oppenstein, was the first resident of this “Emerald on the Hill” French-Eclectic-Norman house. This home was built in 1909, the structure was designed by Architect, Shelby H Kurfiss. The Colonial Revival Veranda & Second level Terrace provide Sweeping views of Harrison Parkway.
The Entry Hall is open to the Formal Dining Room, Parlor & a Staircase with Curved Glass Eight-Foot Windows. The Staircase curves inside a Round Turret with a Conical Roof. Architectural features include Columns * Crown Moldings * Box Beams
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