Ingleboro Mansion - 1899 Queen Anne Victorian

Smith Center, KS   Offered for sale at $664,000

A charming and historic bed and breakfast inn in north-central Kansas, offering a unique blend of Victorian elegance and modern amenities. Here’s a brief summary of the property’s key features and history:

Historical Charm: Ingleboro Mansion is a beautifully preserved Queen Anne Victorian mansion with original stained glass windows, oak and cherry woodwork, and ornate fireplaces made from imported tile. It serves as a historical and cultural time capsule while offering comfortable lodging accommodations.
Room Amenities: The rooms are exquisitely decorated with quilts, four-poster beds, and claw-foot tubs, providing a cozy and inviting atmosphere for guests. High-efficiency central heating and air conditioning ensure comfort throughout the year. High-speed fiber internet is available for modern connectivity needs.
Rich History: The mansion was built in 1899 as a private residence for J.R. Burrow, a local banker, and his third wife, whose maiden name was Ingalls. They named their new home “Ingleboro.” Mr. Burrow later moved to Topeka, where he became the president of the Central National Bank and the Kansas Secretary of State. In its early years, the property included a city block with a private park, complete with deer, a stream, peacocks, and a gazebo.
Community Resource: Ingleboro Mansion currently serves as a highly rated inn and is an important resource for the local rural community, providing lodging options that may be limited in the area.

For more information or to schedule a private showing appointment regarding this unique bed and breakfast opportunity in north-central Kansas contact:

Nick Rhodes, broker / REALTOR® (785) 620-7122

Property Details
  • 7 Guest Rooms
  • 6 Guest Room Baths
  • Has Owner's Quarters
  • Built in 1899
  • Last Renovated in 2022
  • Building is 5,309 SQFT
  • Lot is 0.46 Acres
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Financial Details
  • Offered for sale at $664,000
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