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Georgetown Country View Estate

The Georgetown County View Estates was built in 1869 by Elisha W. Brown a Sedalia banker. Mr. Brown died in 1870 and was buried on the 80 acres. The County of Pettis bought the house and the 80 acres in 1894 to be used as a poor farm. It was abandoned in 1988. In 1990, the property was purchased from the county and today operates as Georgetown Country View Estates Bed and Breakfast. As a bed and breakfast, they offer a quiet getaway featuring continental/full breakfast, TV, pool, hot tub, pool table, private baths, in each room and exercise rooms.

22378 Highway H
Georgetown, Missouri 65301
Phone: (660) 826-7468

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Georgetown Inn

Formerly the home of General George R. Smith, Georgetown Inn was built from bricks made on the property. Construction began in 1842 and finished in 1847. In 1849, the home became Georgetown Female Academy, a girl's school for his daughters and other young ladies of the town. The first teacher was hired from Boston. Georgetown Inn offers a country breakfast. Children are welcome, TV, no smoking inside. Minutes from downtown Sedalia.

22166 Highway H
Georgetown, Missouri 65301
Phone: (660) 826-3941
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