Step Inside this Spacious 1913 Compton Heights Mansion Asking $1.17M in St. Louis, Missouri

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Step Inside this Spacious 1913 Compton Heights Mansion Asking $1.17M in St. Louis, Missouri

$1,175,000 | Built 1913 | 7,223 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 0.51 Acres
3500 Russell Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63104
Introducing a breathtaking historic mansion nestled in the heart of the Compton Heights neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri. This magnificent home was built in 1913 and features an impressive 7,223 square feet of living space spread across three stories. Boasting 8 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, this beautifully preserved property offers a seamless blend of timeless elegance and modern convenience. With quality of life updates throughout, this stunning mansion is now on the market for $1.17 million.
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From the listing: Beautifully situated on one of the largest private lots in the city, facing the Compton Hill Reservoir. This 3 story stunner allows for all of the seclusion needed while having the best of STL at your fingertips. The main level features hardwood flooring restored to its original glory, custom crown molding and two stately functional fire places that greet you upon entrance. Original pocket doors have been beautifully preserved in nearly every room. 6 of the total 8 bedrooms are primary suites with updated and oversized en-suite bathrooms. Massive 2nd floor laundry with additional mud room for easy cleaning. Not only will you be amazed by the one of a kind crafted staircase leading you to the 3rd floor but also the fully rehabbed 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and eat in Kitchen that awaits you. Making the perfect potential air-bnb or owner occupant apartment. With all newer systems, new windows throughout and endless upgrades this home has endless possibilities. This historic mansion is on the market for $1.17 million with Kollin Gilliam of RE/MAX Gold IV. Photography by Square One Media.
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