223 N Terrace St
Atchison KS 66002

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Beds:

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9583 SqFt

6341 SqFt

Gothic Revival Single Family Home

More Location Information

Amelia Earhart, District, Atchison County.

Property Features

• The Home of Amelia Earhart - now a museum

• Built in 1861 Renovated 1996

• Listed on National Register of Historic Places

• Basement Garage

• Timber Frame with Brick Extension

• Sun Room

Nearby

• Atchison Elementary, Middle & High Schools

• 50 Miles from Kansas City

• Forest of Friendship, Rail Museum

• Missouri River

• Atchison Family YMCA

• US 59

This property is not for sale. It is being used as demonstration location for Upplist.com. All information about this property has been gathered from public sources. If you would like to visit the birthplace of Amelia Earhart you can contact the museum at http://www.ameliaearhartmuseum.org/ or call 913 367 4217. Construction of Amelia Earhart's birthplace and childhood home, located at 223 N. Terrace, initially began in 1861. The wood-frame, Gothic Revival cottage is perched high on the west bank of the Missouri River. In 1873, Amelia's grandfather Judge Alfred Otis and grandmother Amelia Harres Otis added a brick Italianate addition to the rear of the home. Amelia was born in the home on July 24, 1897 to Edwin Stanton Earhart and Amy Otis Earhart. Amelia's father was a lawyer whose position as a railroad claims agent required him to travel a great deal. Consequently both Amelia and her sister Muriel spent an abundance of their childhood with their grandparents in Atchison.

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