Affiliated to Walter Raleigh Lenoir, a historic figure in the state of Missouri, the Greenwood house is a rather simple, Federal style farm house in the city of Columbia. It was built in 1839 and is currently being used as a private property.
The special thing about Greenwood, aside from being eligible for the National Register of Historic Places is that, it is one of the oldest buildings in the county of Boone, Missouri. It may also look simple from the outside, but this T-shaped residential home is actually quite fancy on the inside with its hand-carved Adam style mantels and finely detailed woodwork.
The Greenwood also served a lot for the documentation of the early life of the pioneers in Missouri.