Butler, Missouri, is a well-established community settled in the mid-1800s by John C. Kennett. Kennett eventually headed west with the gold rush, and a year later, John W. Morgan settled in the community. Morgan, Wilkins, and Montgomery laid out Butler, it was established as the county seat, and the courthouse was completed in 1857. Butler’s long history and rich heritage also include the Battle of Butler, which took place eight miles southwest of town on the Toothman Farm along the old Fort Scott Road. Another noteworthy fact, Butler was the first community West of the Mississippi to have electric power, followed soon after by St. Louis.
Today this “electric city” offers prospective homebuyers an abundance of small-town charm with a lovely historic square, original brick streets, and several historic homes. There are also several delightful restaurants and retailers in Butler, such as Tu Casa, The Pennell, El Charro, Flaming Lantern, New China Buffet, The Alley Tavern, Koehn Bakery, and El Rojo.
Real estate in Butler, Missouri, is primarily single-family detached homes and a handful of lower-maintenance attached housing, like apartments and townhomes. Roughly forty-five percent of Butler properties are rentals, and fifty-five percent of Butler homes are owner-occupied. Homes for sale in Butler typically offer two or three bedrooms, and the median year of construction is 1967. That said, there are Butler homes that are older, newer, larger, and smaller. For specific details about the available properties in Butler, Missouri, please reach out, and we will happily provide you with that information.
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Only 2 lots left in this Subdivision. Lots 34 and 35. Take one or both. Main sewer line is in the street running along the south or front of the house. Lot 34 is the last...
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Listing courtesy of Mary Ann Coffman of Western MO Realty, LLC.
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