About This 1895 Heim Manor Bed and Breakfast In Missouri
The home was built in 1895 for Michael Heim, one of three brothers of the Heim Brewery family. All three brothers built their homes on the same block and the Ferd Heim home is a mirror image of Michael’s home with a heart-shaped driveway between the two homes. It is described as being described as both Queen Anne and Richardson Romanesque.
The walnut and cherry wood on the main level remains mostly unpainted. The house was built with balloon construction and the ceilings are cove throughout. Many of the original features remain and upgrades have been done tastefully through the years. Perhaps the most stunning features are the pressed leather walls, staircase, large windows, wood floors throughout and a shared six vehicle carriage house between the two sister homes with a rented apartment above it on this property. Additionally there are sun rooms on the east and west sides of the house, a walk-in closet/laundry room that was created from a sixth bedroom, and the home is beautifully landscaped.
The home is on the local and national registers of historic places. It is currently operated as the Heim Manor Bed and Breakfast. Please contact the owner for more information.