SOLD | Built 1913 | 8,376 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.45 Acres
15 Washington Terrace, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63112
Designed by architect William Levy and built in 1913 for Thomas May, director of the May Department Stores, this show-stopping Mediterranean-style villa has sold for $1.6 million in Saint Louis, Missouri. The home was built with entertaining in mind and has been known to host sit-down dinners with over 100 guests. This professionally renovated historical masterpiece features original architectural details including a grand foyer with original black & white marble floor, barrel-vault ceiling, alabaster chandeliers, ornate plaster fireplace and original hardwood floors. Beautifully restored French pocket doors lead to the new upscale custom kitchen with marble counters, large center island, glass tile backsplash & designer appliances. The home features 5 bedrooms & 4 completely renovated bathrooms with signature fixtures, hardware, & designer wall-covering finishes. The third floor features a family room with fireplace and large open floor game room. Appreciate the historic charm while also enjoying the convenience of new plumbing, electrical & HVAC! The property was on the market for $1.75 million with Cathy O’Neill of Exp Realty, Llc. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.
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