Ted Wight has a fervor and talent for real estate.
Born and raised in Ladue, Wight entered the real estate industry 10 years ago. He says his experience in a corporate setting and his master of business administration degree from Washington University give him an edge when it comes to marketing.
Wight specializes in contemporary, Mid-Century and “architecturally-interesting homes,” and his passion spans beyond his business card. He currently resides in a home designed and owned by famed St. Louis architect William Bernoudy. Wight also recently sold a Bernoudy home in Town and Country, as well as the Rockcliffe Mansion in Hannibal, Mo.
Many St. Louisans know Wight from his blog, StLouisStyleBlog.com, where he writes about local properties, restaurants and social events.
“People who are moving in from out of town will find me on my blog discover that I am someone they can connect with and will point them in the right direction,” Wight says. “They realize I share their same interests.”
Wight’s ability to help buyers find their perfect home and sellers move their home quickly has made him a top agent in the area: The St. Louis Board of Realtors has listed him in the top 10 realtors for sales in 2013.
918 Norrington Way
Experience a taste of Southern elegance inspired by Louisiana’s Oak Alley Plantation. Each room in this 14-acre equestrian estate features distinguished millwork, exquisite ceiling detail, arches and 12-foot ceilings. The curving cantilevered staircase in the 2-story marble entry hints at the craftsmanship throughout. Four upstairs bedroom suites provide breathtaking views with French doors opening to verandas, while the cherry-paneled library provides a warm respite after a long day. The carriage house, with a 4-car garage and roughed-in apartment above, would make for a great studio space or mother-in-law suite. $3.35 million.