NEW PRICE! 313 North 5th was built (1889) in the Queen Anne style by one of Hannibal's greatest philanthropist, Wilson B. Pettibone. The main floor showcases 19th century detailed intricate mill work, Tiffany-like stained glass windows, Rockwood tiled fireplace, ornate mantles and a variety of rich woods milled in Hannibal during the height of Hannibal's lumber business. Three floors of finished space offer the Victorian experience in Mark Twain's Boyhood hometown. Being located in the Central Park Historic District affords National Register status. A 3 block walk to Hannibal's Main Street makes this an excellent location for downtown living. Wrap around porch provides a relaxing outdoor experience. Off street parking off alley is a plus. This historic home has been used as a Bed and Breakfast for 19 years by the present Owner who is retiring. Updated mechanical systems and added baths allow multiple uses for this exceptional Queen Anne home. Selling as a residential home.