This historic, elegant manse in a private Central West End community has everything you’re looking for and more. Designed by George Hellmuth and built in 1905, the 3-story Federal-style home boasts original oak floors, high ceilings and spacious rooms throughout 9,000 square feet of space.
This 4-bedroom, 4-full and 2-half bath home in Ladue is listed for $989,000
This 4-bedroom, 4-full and 2-half bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $1.625 million
This 6-bedroom, 6-full and 3-half bathroom home in Lafayette is listed for $2.49 million.
There’s no question LN readers are in-the-know, so who better to ask about the things that make St. Louis stand out and stand proud? Here, we present the very best, as selected by our readers, in the 2014 Ladue News Platinum List!
525 East Argonne Drive
This 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom home in Town & Country is listed for $1.789 million
This 6-bedroom, 6-full and 2-half bath home in St. Albans is listed for $5.750 million
Welcome spring in this spacious yet inviting home. Situated on 3 acres in an exclusive Ladue neighborhood, the property features 16 rooms and more than 10,000 square feet of living space. Architectural details—like built-in bookcases, soaring coffered ceilings and skylights—add sophistication and class. Whip up a delicious meal in the kitchen, with top-of-the-line appliances, Italian tile, a walk-in pantry, center island and butler’s pantry. Soak in the sun during cooler months from the Florida room, or bundle up in front of one of the three fireplaces. Six bedrooms provide ample space for out-of-town guests, who also will love spending time on the expansive deck and in the pool. The octagonal great room has a fireplace and wet bar, each with Verdi marble. An attached, 3-car garage, circle drive, main-floor laundry and central vacuum offer convenience and easy living.
The 3-bedroom, 4-full and 1-half bath home in Town & Country is listed for $985,000.
With an open floor plan and ample room for privacy, the 20-year-old manse has more than 5,000-square-feet of living space. The 2-story entry hall looks through the great room, with a wood-burning fireplace, huge windows and built-in bookcases.
Looks like one of our favorite chefs will be leaving the Lou soon: It's been announced that FABRIZIO SCHENARDI, executive chef of Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis will be heading south this coming spring to help open up a new Four Seasons property at Disney World in Orlando. In the meantime, the search is on for someone to fill his sizable culinary shoes. He'll have some familiar company in his new gig: Local Four Seasons food and beverage director STEPHEN WANCHA also will be moving to Florida to work on the same property, which is scheduled to open for business sometime this summer. All the best, we'll miss you both!
A 4-bedroom, 4-full and 1-half bath home in Ladue is listed for $1.195 million
‘Tis the time for giving, and these area organizations need your help to keep children safe and St. Louisans warm and well-fed this holiday season.
Every parent has experienced a child who procrastinates! The behavior is, in fact, a normal part of human development. We eat, we sleep, and often, we put off until tomorrow what we should be doing today.
A 4-bedroom, 3-full and 1-half bath Wildwood home is listed for $1.45 million.
OK. So it’s no secret that Hollywood is a shining example of environmentalism. I mean, when it comes to reuse and recycle, the film industry is unrivaled. If a movie’s a hit, they make it another hit and then another. Let’s see if we can hit a 10-figure, worldwide box-office gross without burning a single creative calorie. The film industry will squeeze every dollar out of a good movie down to the last action figure. It’s the soul-less version of using all the parts of the buffalo.
A 1.5-story, 4-bedroom, 5-full and 1-half bath home in Ladue is listed for $2.095 million.
A 4-bedroom, 4-full and 3-half bath ranch in Town and Country is listed for 1.885 million
A 2.5-story home in Ladue with 5 bedrooms and 4-full and 1-half baths is listed for $1.97 million.
Tim Schoen is the CEO of a company called Brew Hub, which he expects to play a significant role in the expansion of the craft beer industry in the United States. His wife, Diane, is the GM; and both were execs at the ‘old’ Anheuser-Busch.
Welcome friends. Today we take a harrowing journey, a journey upon which many younger tribesmen have never embarked. It is a journey fraught with hazards and obstacles, so much so that one wonders how any of our travelers ever make it. It is the curious migration of untamed clothes from the warm safe confines of the laundry room out across the open home to the more permanent habitat, the drawer.
I have to admit that during the first 15 or so minutes of this movie, I found myself confused. This is a summer action movie, correct? Cat and mouse, cops and robbers, heroes and villains, yes? There’s supposed to be a bad guy posing as a good guy that you can spot a mile away, a car chase, a sex scene and a dozen or so explosions. What the heck is this movie doing with an honest-to-goodness plot? The nerve.