The Central West End (CWE) has never been so hot. Walk to Forest Park, fine restaurants, Metrolink, Whole Foods and so much more! Large, 1,679 sq. ft. condo located in the totally renovated, Netherby Hall! 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Also included is a den/office off of the main living area. Gorgeous hardwood floors throughout the space.
Front-facing condo with views of the important architecture along Lindell Blvd. Bright windows throughout with shades that automatically lower on a switch. Gas fireplace in Living Room. Gorgeous kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gas cook-top and pantry. Laundry in unit. 2 assigned parking spaces- one covered.
Impressive Central West End mansion designed by Mariner & LaBeaume in 1909. This prominent home sits across from our beloved Forest Park & is in walking distance to restaurants, a movie theater, grocery stores, shopping & MetroLink. This home embodies the character & architecture of the CWE, while offering comfortable living for today’s families.
As you enter through the outer vestibule with elliptical fanlights, you will notice the exquiste, marble-floored reception hall. High ceilings with elegant molding & 7 ornate fireplaces create gracious spaces. The superior kitchen includes granite counters, custom wood cabinets, breakfast area & butler’s pantry. A sweeping staircase leads you to the 2nd level featuring a newly remodeled master suite with a luxurious bathroom with soaking tub, dual vanities & separate shower. Enormous master closet.
2nd floor laundry. The 3rd floor is finished with extra guestrooms, baths & recreation room with kitchenette. Many of the windows feature original custom shutters that fold neatly into side panels. The parcel is over an acre with a salt-water pool, gardens, sweeping back lawn and 3-car garage.
7 Forest Park Terrace, the residence of Colonel Charles Spears Hills, a Lieutenant Colonel in the 10th Kansas Infantry. The home has since been demolished and the street renamed. The empty lot now sits at 5065 Lindell Blvd. Colonel C. S. Hills is buried at Bellefontaine Cemetery and his Obelisk, erected by Eva Struges Hill in 1891, is the tallest obelisk in St. Louis and one of the tallest in the United States.
16 Westmoreland Place was built in 1914 by architect J.P. Jamieson for Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. was involved Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, a pharmaceuticals and other chemical processing company started by his father and two uncles. He headed the company in 1928 after his father’s death. During World War II and after the company was involved extensively in refinement of uranium ore for the U.S. Government.
David Rowland Francis is remembered as not only the president of the Louisiana Purchase Exhibition Corporation, but also one of the city’s youngest mayors as well as governor. The home of David and Jane Francis at 4421 Maryland Avenue (below on left), once encompassed half a city block and was bounded by Newstead, Maryland, and Berlin (now Pershing). In 1895, Architects Eames & Young reduced the home to four rooms and built a palatial new house around it inspired by Palladio’s Villa Rotonda (below on right.)
5855 Lindell Blvd was once the Residence of Morris M. Corn. The French style home was built in 1926 by architects Maritz & Young.
The Central West End (CWE) has never been so hot. Walk to Forest Park, fine restaurants, Metrolink, Whole Foods and so much more! Large condo located in the totally renovated, Netherby Hall!
Gorgeous hardwood floors throughout the space. Front-facing condo with views of the important architecture along Lindell Blvd. Bright windows throughout with shades that automatically lower on a switch. Gas fireplace in Living Room. Also included is a den or office off of the main living area. Gorgeous kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gas cook-top and pantry. In-unit laundry. Custom closets. 2 assigned, covered garage parking spaces, which is rare to have in this building.