$1,400,000 | Built c.1890 | 6,618 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.48 Acres
7 Westmoreland Place, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63108
A 130-year-old Richardsonian Romanesque manor on St. Louis, Missouri’s historic Westmoreland Place is pending sale after hitting the market in May for $1.4 million. Built in 1890, the 6,618 square foot mansion features a highly detailed facade of Indiana limestone. According to Digital History Project, the mansion was home to Mr. A. G. Cochran. Tastefully and sensitively updated for today’s lifestyle, the home features unparalleled architectural detailing including beautifully inlaid hardwood floors, oak panelling, original carved mantels, ornate plasterwork ceilings and crown moulding. A cozy inglenook with fireplace creates a warm and welcoming entry hall. Superbly proportioned rooms with large windows create a bright interior. The updated kitchen has custom cabinetry, granite countertops and premier appliances. The second floor master suite includes a sitting room, large master bedroom with en suite bathroom and a spacious dressing room with custom cabinetry. Additional bedrooms and baths are located on this floor and the third floor which also features a 33′ x 19′ family room. The rear porch and enclosed gazebo overlook a charming garden with mature trees and plantings. The 0.48 acre property also includes a detached 3 car garage. The historic mansion is on the market for $1.4 million with Kevin Hurley of Janet McAfee Real Estate. Annual property taxes are estimated at $21,408.