Residing in University City, this brick manse first impresses with its grandiose columned façade and widow’s walk. The Georgian Revival holds a coveted spot on the National Register of Historic Places, having been designed in 1912 by renowned architect Theodore Link, the designer of St. Louis Union Station. Dubbed the Rand Mansion, this incredible abode showcases amazing amenities, including a private theater and carriage house, which serves as a guest suite and houses six vehicles. The prestigious residence wows with a fireplace and sweeping staircase upon entry, plus an exquisite conservatory, lovely formal living and dining rooms, and immaculate molding found throughout. The designer-like kitchen proves a draw, with box beam ceiling, custom cabinetry, a center island and high-end appliances. You’ll easily escape into the world of your next great read inside the custom-made library. Each space inside and out of this beautiful home treats you to something wonderful, from the convenience of the main-floor laundry to the spaciousness of the property at almost an acre.

This 10-bedroom, 4 full-bathroom and 2 half-bathroom home in University City is listed for $2 million.

Courtney Kallial, 314-599-3797 (direct), 636-394-9300 (Town and Country office), coldwellbankerhomes.com

Coldwell Banker Gundaker, one of St. Louis’ leading residential real estate brokerage companies, offers 19 offices with more than 1,300 sales associates serving metropolitan St. Louis and east-central Missouri. CBG was formed in 2001 with the merger of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage (originally the Ira E. Berry Company, founded in 1939) and Gundaker Realtors (founded in 1968). The associates of the Town and Country office rank among the area’s most experienced retail professionals, with special expertise in the central corridor.

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