Hannibal House on Summer Street

1002 Summer Street Hannibal, MO
(573) 239-3666

Private, secluded, inviting, cozy and comfy best describe this small house. Close to historic Main Street, just four blocks west of the light house. Located on top of a hill and sits in the back of the lot so it’s off the road with little traffic. Woods in the back yard. Safe neighborhood. Casper king bed, memory foam queen bed, bath, laundry, kitchen, dining table & 4 chairs and 2 stools. Keurig coffee. Fast Wi-Fi. 55″ Roku TV. Front and back decks. Comfy queen floor mattress upon request. Decorated with beautiful and interesting Hannibal historic photos and artifacts.

This house location and decorations make it quintessential Hannibal. Train whistles far enough away for it to be enjoyed. This is the same land that Mark Twain played on as a boy. It is a half block away from the Old Baptist Cemetery where Mark Twain’s father was buried in 1847 and was referenced in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tours investigates this historic cemetery every evening with tourists.