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1908 Mansion In Saint Louis Missouri
3506 Hawthorne Blvd, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63104
6 beds ¦ 4 baths ¦ 4,256 sqft ¦ 0.34 acres
Ted Wight ¦ Dielmann Sotheby’s Intl Realty
About This 1908 Mansion In Saint Louis Missouri
Your chance to own a piece of history in one of St. Louis’ most sought-after neighborhoods. Designed by architect Ernst Janssen in 1908 and once owned by Monsanto president, Gaston F. DuBois, this house is filled with historic charm. Ernst Janssen also designed the entrance gates on Grand Avenue & several of the other grand homes in the neighborhood. Walk to Tower Grove Park and all the restaurants St. Louis foodies adore.
As you enter through the vestibule, you will be enamored by the original fixtures, millwork, stained glass windows & hardwood floors. The main floor has amazing flow for entertaining with a parlor, living room, formal dining room, patio & sunroom. The large kitchen and butlers pantry provide an abundance of cabinet space. The grand staircase takes you to the second level where you will find 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and an office (optional bedroom). On the third level is 3 additional beds & 1 full bath. Lovely covered side porch & private backyard.
Photography Credit: TripleRPhotography – Reed R. Radcliffe
- Status: Sold
- Style: Mansion
- Location: Missouri
- Price: 500,000-799,999
- Year: Built 1900 to 1950
- Features: Built-ins / Stained Glass Windows