Own your very own slice of history when you acquire this Southern beauty boasting 8 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and sitting on .31-acre lot in downtown Belton. Trees lining the property offer privacy from neighbors and there is no HOA fee. Take in all the festivities that happen year-round while relaxing on the deep wraparound front porch. You will be able to enjoy fireworks for the town’s Chili Festival, Downtown Festival, Standpipe Festival, and car shows. Though the current owner is unsure of the exact age of the structure, it’s been standing for about as long as the Belton Standpipe Tower that is just next door and the strength shows. Check out old photos of the home when it was called Gresham Inn and the tower; you’ll see old photos of the house. The first Sheriff of Belton resided in this grand home as well as boarding the town’s teachers. This home is beckoning someone to make some cosmetic touches to turn it into a stately homestead once more. If you have a Bed and Breakfast or a cozy boutique in mind than come, check out the endless possibilities this residence has to offer. With O’neal Street leading to the detached carport at the front, you can create more parking access from the back by coming down McGee Way. The windows have been replaced and a lifetime warranty can be transferred to the new owners. The roof was replaced in 2021 and has a 10-year warranty. Plumbing and electrical have been updated by previous owners. There are original hardwood floors under the carpet and under the tile that could be refinished. This Inn turned into a house gives so much opportunity to explore with the history it contains along with the convenience of being walking distance to downtown giving access to everything Belton provides. This home beckons someone to keep the history alive by making it their own.