Broker/Owner - CRS
Since Lorraine is a lifelong resident of Marionville, she is very familiar with the town and its surrounding areas. She loves helping people find the right real estate, including houses, land, commercial establishments, and rental properties. Lorraine wants to see the local community and nearby towns grow and thrive.
417-207-2583 View My Listings E-mail me: lorraineghan@gmail,com
Real Estate Agent
Natasha is a lifelong resident of Lawrence County and lives in Marionville. She knows the people and surrounding towns very well. Natasha loves helping her clients find the property that fits their specifications. She always goes the extra mile to make sure you are getting the best service available.
417-379-2034 View My Listings E-mail me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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When it comes to real estate, you need relevant information to make the best decision for you and your family. Get the home of your dreams with the help of skilled real estate brokers from Ghan Real Estate LLC. We are a full-service real estate provider in Marionville, MO. Whether you’re looking for premium residential properties, quaint farmhouses, or wide vacant lots, we will find the real estate that suits your needs and budget.
Our company was established by Lorraine in June 2015. Lorraine used to work for other firms before she finally decided to start her own business. In fact, she worked as an independent agent for an agency for 15 years and was an office manager for 10 years. It was a big decision, but Lorraine is much older and wiser now than she had ever been. She hopes that more family members will be added to her team in the near future.
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about . . .
The area of seven springs (now inside the Marionville city limits) was settled in the 1830's shortly after the Indians were moved out. The town was incorporated in 1854 having a population of 300, and was named after James Marion Moore, an early settler. A teachers college began in the 1870's and was later taken over by the Methodist Church, but closed as a college in 1924. The Methodists converted the buildings to a retirement home which still exists today.
From 1880 to 1905, a flour mill operated near the seven springs area on Mill Street in the east part of town. The city experienced a period of hard times from 1904 to 1934. Many businesses closed their doors and by 1943 there was not a doctor, dentist or bank left in town. Before the hard times period, there were acres of apple trees and strawberries surrounding Marionville, but disease killed most of the apple trees. Many of the orchards were replanted and several orchards produced many bushels of apples. Today only one orchard is in production. The town also has some fine examples of Victorian and Four Square architecture which may be seen in some of the older homes. A more detailed history is available in "Centennial History of Marionville" by Lee Collier.
A unique feature of Marionville is its white squirrel population which has attracted visitors to the city.