About This 1870 Max Feuerbacher Mansion In Saint Louis Missouri
The Max Feuerbacher Mansion, commonly known as the “Lion House” because of the two limestone lions reclining on either side of the front steps, have remained vigil in their gaze over Sidney street for 150 years. This very unique home has 3 sets of entry doors, walnut storm, pine inner doors with art glass, followed by 10′ beveled glass walnut doors to the center hall. Flanking the hall are double drawing rooms. One with 2 marble fireplaces & walnut mantle mirrors with unique frescoed 14′ ceiling. The other used as a music room has crown moldings, medallions, and chandeliers.
Other architectural features are “eye-lid” windows, interior window shutters, a 3rd floor Cupola and the basement has 2 vaulted wine or “lagering” cellars, sub basement & supposed entrance to the Cherokee cave system. The original owner was founder of the Green Tree Brewery. This home is ready to be adapted for modern use and being sold in AS IS condition. Agents please see Agent Only Remarks.