207 Short first appears on the 1909 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map which dates the home between 1905 and 1909. It's listed as contributing home in the National Register of Historic Places. This house is a classic T-plan with a centered dropped hipped porch. The original structure still features hardwood floors, baseboards, doors and a claw footed tub. The additions include a laundry room and bedroom off of what may have originally been porches at the rear corners of the home. This home is now laid out has a 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom home with an office, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and laundry room. The fenced back yard is home to a block brick workshop and a storage building giving this property extra functional spaces. Smithville is full of well-kept colorful, picturesque home and a downtown with unique shops, eclectic art displays, one-of-a-kind restaurants, and entertainment venues from the traditional to the flat out funky, plus amazing outdoor recreational possibilities. Don’t miss your opportunity to view this fabulous home with the PERFECT Smithville VIBE that everyone’s looking for!