SOLD | Built 1910 | 7 Beds | 8 Baths | 8,500 Sq. Ft. | 0.42 Acres
This exceptional Tudor Revival manor on a 0.42 acre property set behind the private gates of St. Louis, Missouri’s historic Washington Terrace has sold for $1.2 million. The exclusive neighbourhood was laid out in 1892 by Julius Pitzman and includes many styles of architecture such as Italian Renaissance, Richardsonian Romanesque and Tudor Revival. The enclave remains well-preserved and gated, making it one of St. Louis’ most prestigious areas to live. 8 Washington Terrace has been superbly restored to its original splendour with rare marble flooring and walls, herringbone oak flooring, intricate leaded windows, hand-carved panelling and mantels and a spectacular barrel-vaulted ceiling spanning the entire length of the formal living room. Updated kitchen, bathrooms, household systems and elevator make for a truly livable home suited for today’s lifestyle. There is more than 8,500 square feet with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, including a lovely master suite complete with dressing room, sitting room, private study and updated bathroom. The 0.42 acre property also includes a separate carriage house with four garage spaces and guest suite. A large terrace, pool and greenhouse are located within the professionally landscaped gardens which also include a pond, mature trees, azaleas and perennials. This magnificent Tudor Revival was on the market for $1.4 million with Kevin Hurley of Janet McAfee Real Estate. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.