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How to build a colonial-era home in Kansas

An 8,000-square-foot Colonial Colonial-era house in Kansas could sell for as much as $1 million if it goes up for sale, according to the Kansas City Star. 

The house is located in the city of Topeka, which is located on the Missouri River, and has been vacant for years, the Star reported.

The property sits on a plot of land that includes two other homes.

It was originally built in the 1830s. 

Kelsey Kincaid, a real estate agent who lives in Topeka with her husband, said the house is one of the few historic properties in the area that has remained in the same location for more than 20 years. 

“It’s very interesting.

I haven’t seen anything like it in my life,” she told the Star.

“We’re just very lucky it’s still here.”

The property is located at 1220 N. West Topeka Avenue, which has a street address of 1316 West Topek Avenue.

It has a front gate that says “Topeka, Kansas.”

The property also has a sign that says: “No Dogs allowed in Topek Park.”

The house has an attached garden and was built around 1875, according the Star, which added that it’s the oldest structure on the property.

The building has a brick exterior that’s almost 100 years old.

Kincaid said that her family had lived in the house for over a century. 

She said the property is being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.