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Historic c.1911 Brick Mansion in St. Louis, MO for $1.39M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1911 Brick Mansion in St. Louis, MO for $1.39M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1911 Brick Mansion in St. Louis, MO for $1.39M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)
October 23
13:13 2018

Historic c.1911 Brick Mansion in St. Louis, MO for $1.39M

12 Washington Terrace, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63112

A large 8,000 square foot brick mansion on one of St. Louis, Missouri’s finest streets has hit the market for $1,399,900. The 107 year old mansion has undergone a complete modernization while preserving many of the home’s finest details. The interesting thing about this modernization is that the designers didn’t come in and decide to do an entire white canvas. They took what they had and improved upon it. When the property last sold in 2017, most of the woodwork was already painted white, the woodwork that wasn’t painted was preserved and used in the the new design. You don’t typically see this today. The kitchen did see a total upgrade with all new cabinetry, lighting and appliances, but again, the designers chose to keep the original subway tile and use it in the new space. The original radiator was also restored and now serves as an interesting focal point. There are seven bedrooms, five full and two half bathrooms, including a 1,000 square foot master suite with his & hers walk-in closets. You’ll marvel at the cozy den off the entrance with original wood panelling, entertain in style in the substantial living room with panelling and French doors leading into a bright sunroom and invite all your family over for large feasts in the large formal dining room opening to the backyard. The 0.52 acre property also includes an oversized two car carriage house with an updated two bedroom apartment with new kitchen and bathroom. They’ve done a wonderful job preserving what has been preserved all these years while upgrading the essential spaces with modern technology. You can view a complete set of before photos here. The home is currently on the market for $1,399,900 with Ted Wight of Sotheby’s International Realty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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