This is a really beautiful home. This is a special one, in that you will NOT feel cramped here, anywhere! Take a look:
Generous foyer, with two built-in bookcases/displays. Here’s one of them:
The formal living room is used as an office here. There are hardwoods and crown moulding.
Formal dining room features hardwoods, crown moulding and decorative chair rail moulding. Plenty of room to move in here!
Pretty family room with gas fireplace, bay window….
And a wonderful openness to the kitchen. The buffet/bar area with cabinetry is a great feature. Door you see here leads to the basement (finished). Not pictured is the main floor laundry with cabinetry off the kitchen area:
Nice & bright: The beautiful etched-glass slider is a newer upgrade!
This is what you’ll have a very hard time duplicating in any home: This wide-open kitchen space! The 9′ ceilings, the brightness. THE SPACE! This is an outstanding floor plan!
There are a LOT of granite counters here. Recessed lighting, pendants, brand-new stove!
This is a great feature:
2-story Entry foyer adds drama and class:
Coffered ceilings in this huge master suite.
Another beautiful etched glass window over the jetted tub. Separate shower here, too:
The secondary bedrooms are generous in size, and feature triple closets:
This room rivals the master in size:
Going downstairs now, the family room features a wetbar and oak built-ins.
Nice bonus: Cedar storage closet!
Here’s a summary of the features:
Give me a call to tour this home!
Here’s a link to the detail on the St. Louis Multilist System: CLICK HERE FOR THE DETAILS
Ever wonder why these classic homes have two front doors? I do, too. Because Google holds all the answers, I threw the question into the search bar. It seems like the consensus is that the second door was to accommodate multiple generations of families living in a home (think The Waltons…Grandma and Grandpa could have their own door), or to facilitate subletting a part of the house for extra income. No matter the reason, it sure adds a lot of curb appeal!