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Saint Louis, MO’s Historic c.1915 Daniel Catlin House Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)

Saint Louis, MO’s Historic c.1915 Daniel Catlin House Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)

Saint Louis, MO’s Historic c.1915 Daniel Catlin House Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)
February 19
20:11 2019

Saint Louis, MO’s Historic c.1915 Daniel Catlin House Sells for $1.8M

51 Westmoreland Place, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63108

A historic home on Saint Louis, Missouri’s exclusive and private Westmoreland Place has sold for $1,835,000. The 12,500 square foot residence, known as The Daniel Catlin House, was designed by architect James P. Jamieson in a Renaissance style for Daniel and Justina Catlin in 1915 and was on the market for $2,098,000. The mansion has been magnificently restored to its original splendour featuring Old World craftsmanship and materials that would be impossible to replicate today. Enter into a breathtaking rotunda entry with travertine walls, plaster relief moulding, a domed ceiling and a dramatic curved marble staircase. There are a selection of formal rooms, including a panelled formal dining room, intimate study and lavishly appointed living room with antique crystal chandeliers, herringbone hardwood flooring and marble fireplace. There is also a large updated kitchen, breakfast room and butler’s pantry. You’ll find 8 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms throughout. The home sits on a 0.45 acre property with covered courtyard and splash pool. This lovely historic home was on the market for $2,098,000. 

 





















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