As one of Warrensburg's few historical buildings, this property was originally an apartment complex in the early 1900s. After being known as, "Siam Restaurant," for 25+ years, it is ready to revisit its roots as a living space.
My father (who purchased the property) was a pilot and stationed at Whiteman AFB. He flew a cargo plane for Air America (a CIA operation) during the Vietnam war. Memorabilia and pilot-inspired decor is a recurring theme here.
There is central access to all of Warrensburg's most well-travelled places and a garden located in the back. (Ask for a tour!) There are fresh herbs for you if you are a fan of mint, cilantro, basil. …
Within walking distance to the University and downtown, there isn't a lot you can't access from here on foot. A comfortable pair of shoes is recommended - some of the sidewalks are a little uneven. Fo…