Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty
Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty broker and owner Andy Dielmann says his company believes in supporting the St. Louis community. “The Show House represented the role we like to take in community investment and extraordinary service.” That’s why, for the third consecutive year, Dielmann Sotheby’s served as a presenting sponsor of the Ladue News Show House.
Dielmann was thrilled to help open the doors of this year’s Show House, located at #23 Lenox Place in a historic neighborhood of the Central West End. Situated on a double lot on a desirable street, the home exudes Old World craftsmanship and glamour, which is enhanced by modern conveniences and updates. Built in 1905 by architect Guy Mariner, the World’s Fair-era manse was built to rival English estates.
As part of its overall commitment to support area nonprofits, Dielmann Sotheby’s was proud to take part in this endeavor, which will support four of the community’s deserving nonprofits. “We have a group of people dedicated to leading and working with nonprofits throughout the St. Louis area,” says Kerry Brooks, Dielmann Sotheby’s VP and sales manager. “All of us feel it is our responsibility to give back to the community.”
The Warner Hall Group of Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty
Real estate agents J. Warner and Sam Hall of the Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty’s Warner Hall Group are excited to present the best of what city living has to offer with the third annual Ladue News Show House. As the listing agents for the Central West End home at #23 Lenox Place, they enjoyed seeing the completed works created by the project’s designers. “I have personally renovated 20 homes in my adult life, and Sam is a licensed contractor whose area of concentration is the Central West End,” Warner says. “Therefore, we really appreciate and understand what this sort of project undertakes. We marvel at the transformation on numerous levels.”
The duo are strong proponents and advocates for the benefits of city life. “This home allowed us to share our enthusiasm for the benefits of urban living and the joy of becoming the caretaker for homes that will be forever cherished in our community,” Warner says. The home was built during the Golden Era, a time of extravagance and luxury that permeates #23 Lenox Place—from its abundant double lot to the oversized rooms.
“This home could easily been one that the fictional Gatsby would have called home,” Warner says. “More importantly, the Show House offered visitors an opportunity to see the best of living in the city of St. Louis has to offer.”