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Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2013 12:00 pm

From luxurious interiors and lavish landscaping to coveted locations, these multi-million-dollar estates will turn your head. Here, feast your eyes on some of the top local home sales from the past year.

150 CARONDELET PLAZA, UNIT 2402, THE PLAZA IN CLAYTON

Caryl Sunshine and David Joyner, Janet McAfee Real Estate

Steps from desirable downtown Clayton, this high-end condominium was updated with a unique urban flair for the previous owners, a New York family. And as soon as a St. Louis family viewed the property, they fell in love with it, says Caryl Sunshine.

Boasting four bedrooms, five full baths and one half-bath, the luxurious property—sold for $2.203 million—features a west wing with his-and-her dressing rooms and bathrooms as part of a master suite overlooking the stunning St. Louis skyline. And the east wing was designed for kids, complete with an expansive family room and kitchenette.

Special design details and finishes appear throughout the home, from curved walls and custom-designed modern furniture to top-of-the-line appliances and rare Blue Bahia granite countertops. 

53 HUNTLEIGH WOODS, FRONTENAC

Wayne Norwood and Ben Patton, Gladys Manion Real Estate

A “truly one-of-a-kind” property, this Huntleigh Woods mansion sold in less than a month for $3.377 million.

Spanning 15,000 square feet on 3 acres of lush landscape, this four-bedroom, eight-bath home showcases rare highlights, from a gaming room, conservatory, sparkling pool and carriage house to a professional two-story greenhouse and four-car, heated garage.

15 HUNTLEIGH WOODS, FRONTENAC

John Ryan, The Ryan Tradition, Coldwell Banker Gundaker 

This 4-year-old, rustic-style estate, which sold for $3.4 million, features authentic hand-hewn beams, distressed woods and plaster walls in the highly desirable and established Huntleigh Woods neighborhood.

And the home’s exterior is equally stunning, with a walkout lower level opening to a two-level outdoor entertaining area, including two fireplaces, a gleaming pool and rushing waterfall.

30 ROLLING ROCK, LADUE

Megan Rowe and Joan Schnoebelen, Laura McCarthy Realtors

The New England curb appeal of this upscale home attracted multiple bidders during its first week on the market and ultimately sold for the full asking price of $2.695 million.

With charming features reminiscent of 19th-century coastal homes, the two-story mansion’s vaulted beam ceilings, Palladium windows and expansive balconies provide multiple rooms with a view of 3 wooded acres. And for the kids, a whimsical, two-story slide sweeps down to the home’s lower level.

2019 S. WARSON ROAD, LADUE

Stephanie Oliver, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty

A sprawling Ladue estate with a two-story great room, media room, and pool house complete with a kitchenette caught the attention of buyers, quickly selling for $4.075 million.

Listed by Jody Carr, the finest quality materials and craftsmanship were employed throughout the home, which also features a master suite with heated floors and four additional en-suite bedrooms with upper lofts. Outside, gardens, a pool and patio, and plenty of garage space are nestled on 3 acres.

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