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1895 Mansion In Saint Louis Missouri — Captivating Houses

CLICK HERE 1895 Mansion In Saint Louis Missouri. $950,000. The grand hall features a fireplace, terrazzo floors, & a grand staircase

Dwight Davis Mansion- Portland and Westmoreland Places - St. Louis, Missouri - NRHP Historic Districts

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The Glessners Visit St. Louis - April 1888

On Tuesday April 24, 1888, the Glessners left Chicago for a short trip to St. Louis, returning Friday morning. We herewith present Frances Glessner’s accounting of the trip from her journal: “Wednesday morning at 7:35 we reached St. Louis – we went to the Southern Hotel. After breakfast (a poor one) we took a Victoria and went to call on Mr. Cameron whom we met on the street. "Then we drove over the principal streets, saw Mr. Lionberger’s house, built by Richardson, went to Shaw’s garden, a…

Millionaire Homes of St. Louis, Missouri

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4416 Westminster Pl, Saint Louis, MO 63108 | Zillow

Recently sold: $865,000. Exquisite 1894 Italianate home designed by renowned architects Weber and Groves. Glorious 1st-floor rooms boast 11-ft cove ceilings, original quarter sawn oak floors, rich crown moldings, elaborate fireplace mantels, French doors, pocket doors, fabulous wainscot, and bay windows. Handsome dining room features beamed ceiling, ribbon mahogany wainscot and significant built-in buffet. The impressive kitchen enjoys a marble and pine floor, granite counter tops, center…

40 Portland Pl, Saint Louis, MO 63108 | Zillow

For sale: $1,695,000. This historic Richardson Romanesque style CWE mansion, constructed of Indiana limestone, was built for G. Warren Brown, founder of Brown Shoe Co. in 1897. The entrance hall boasts rosewood wainscot and staircase with Italian mosaic floor. Adjacent is a study with walnut boiserie & marble fireplace. The rosewood paneled living room features original leaded-glass bookcases and carved French limestone fireplace. A solarium with art glass skylight opens to the LR, DR…

2701 S Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63131 | Zillow

Zestimate® Home Value: $3,551,024. HUGE PRICE ADJUSTMENT! MARITZ and YOUNG Designed Estate Mansion in Huntleigh! Beauty, Elegance, Charm-YOU NAME IT! Ideal for Entertaining! The Present Owner has Millions in Awesome Improvements and Updates! Exquisiteness and Exclusivity of the Original Home is Still Present! Six Plus Beautiful Peaceful Rolling Acres, Stocked Pond, Horse Ready Corral, Barn and Stable, Fenced Pasture. Phenomenal Newer Kitchen with Every Luxury Amenity Possible-Butler's…

c.1895 Beaux-Arts William D. Orthwein Mansion in Saint Louis for $2.25M (PHOTOS) - Pricey Pads

c.1895 Beaux-Arts William D. Orthwein Mansion in Saint Louis for $2.25M $2,250,000 | Built c.1895 | 8 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 12,028 Sq. Ft. | 0.46 Acres 15 Portland Place, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States, 63108 An impressive historic Beaux-Arts dream home with roots dating the late 19th century is on the market for […]

Millionaire Homes of St. Louis, Missouri

By Edmund S. Hoch Home of William F. Nolker on Lindell Boulevard Insularity is a grievous word; it describes a grievous sin. Communi­ties, nations, individuals, resent its application. Egotism, ignorance, final stagnation are a few of the attributes it suggests; naturally all peoples and places oppose such invidious classification. Yet, it is a fact that insularity is more common than we think; and it is more common in our own new country than we may care to admit. We readily accredit the…

Millionaire Homes of St. Louis, Missouri

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Portland Place on Parade

Welcome to Elegant Living's exclusive preview of the 2014 Central West End Association House & Garden Tour, now celebrating its 44th year. Slated for May 31 and June 1, this

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"Oz" in St. Louis

Here's a typical sight in the city of St. Louis, MO, a gate to a private street. Runaway growth and an acute local sense of property rights drove St. Louis' 19th century elite into restricted residential enclaves, places where soap factories, locomotive works, dry goods emporiums, tanneries, etc., wouldn't appear overnight next door. Lucas Place, opened in 1851, was the city's first private street. By the beginning of the 20th century, there were 57 of them. Like everything (and everybody)…