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c.1928 Brick Residence in Saint Louis Drops Below One Million (PHOTOS)

c.1928 Brick Residence in Saint Louis Drops Below One Million (PHOTOS)

c.1928 Brick Residence in Saint Louis Drops Below One Million (PHOTOS)
December 02
14:04 2019

c.1928 Brick Residence in Saint Louis Drops Below One Million

$999,500 | Built c.1929 | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 3,658 Sq. Ft. | 0.32 Acres
6229 Fauquier Drive, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63105

Located just steps from Saint Louis’ historic Forest Park, this architecturally significant home sits on a large 0.32 acre corner lot surrounded by countless other period-style homes on tree-lined streets. Property records suggest it was designed by American planner and architect, Albert Mayer, and built c.1929. The current owners recently completed a major renovation, upgrading all the major systems, as well as the bathrooms, kitchen, basement and driveway. Patios, courtyards and landscaping have all been upgraded as well, allowing each of the first floor interior rooms to offer exterior living as well. The listing notes, “This is as close to new construction as one can find whilst still being an Old World Manse of character.” There is a little under 3,700 square feet of space with an elegant black and white tile entry with open staircase, vaulted living room, formal dining room with beamed ceiling and a cozy den with built-ins. There are a total of four bedrooms, three full and one half bathrooms. It hit the market in July of this year for $1,125,000 and has recently dropped to the current list price of $999,500. It’s on the market with Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty.



















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