Saint Louis, MO’s Historic c.1915 Daniel Catlin House for $2M (PHOTOS)

Saint Louis, MO’s Historic 1915 Daniel Catlin House for $2M

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

A historic home on Saint Louis, Missouri’s exclusive and private Westmoreland Place is on the market for $2,098,000. 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. 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 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. Located just north of the expansive 1,371 acre Forest Park, this lovely historic home can be yours for $2,098,000. 

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