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1899 St. Louis High Renaissance Mansion With Remarkable Interior Detailing Lists For $2.6M. Look!


Dating from 1899, this High English Renaissance-style residence is considered to be the career Masterpiece of renowned architect Ernst Janssen. The architectural detail and quality of materials, both interior and exterior, are unparalleled and irreplaceable. The limestone façade and bronze entry doors set the tone for what is within. Mahogany paneling and beams, oak linenfold paneling, leaded windows with stained glass, incredible ceiling plasterwork, hand-wrought iron railing along the entry hall staircase, hand-carved fireplace mantels and original lighting fixtures are simply breathtaking. Superb proportions are another hallmark of the interior spaces, particularly as presented in the entry hall with its eye-catching staircase and leaded windows. A total of eight bedrooms, 6 ½ bathrooms, and a detached 5 car garage.

Listing Provided by:Kevin S Hurley Janet McAfee Inc. John A Zarky Janet McAfee Inc.


Property Information:

$2,600,000, 8 bd, 8 ba, 15,632 sqft

13 Westmoreland Pl, Saint Louis, MO 63108


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I would not change any thing, the home is beautiful. I love all the wood. Does the home have central ac and heat,,, what are the property taxes on this beautiful home?💯AT THE LIST PRICE is the furniture that is in the photo shoot included?❤️

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Absolutely beautiful interior. Someone will probably buy it and paint all the woodwork white, paint all the walls grey, and put in modern lighting fixtures. So many gorgeous homes have been ruined this way by the current (and passing?) fad of whites and greys. I hope not, but won't hold my breath.

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Thankfully if someone modernized that house in that 'hood the value would drop by at least 25% maybe more so the original fixtures that survive are safe.

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