This is an amazing opportunity to own a piece of American history. This home was built in the early 1920s and served as the Hereford school house. It was designed by Chicago architect John Shellette Van Bergen, who worked for Frank Lloyd Wright. Hereford school and its surrounding property have been completely renovated from the floors to the roof, corner to corner. It has the feel of a New York City loft with its large windows and high ceilings. The home is in a great agricultural area with lots of recreational opportunities on the nearby Pawnee National grasslands. The area is also known for first-class bird watching, with over 300 species in the area. This property creates many opportunities for a potential retreat, short-term rental, event destination, home, or venue. Large banks of windows flood the space with natural light. Antique coal stoves and claw foot tubs bring you into the home's history. The Remarkable kitchen Hardwood floors, French doors, and vaulted ceilings are truly something to marvel. The home sits on three acres of native grasses and backs up to agricultural property.