This 6-bedroom, 7 full- and 2 half-bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $1.849 million.
Elizabeth Anne Gerhart & Michael Gregg Benner
Before the annual stroll around The Galleria in search of holiday gifts both selective and silly, it’s time to contemplate what occurred on local stages in the past 12 months.
This 4-bedroom, 3 full- and 1 half-bathroom home in Town & Country is listed for $969,800.
31 Westwood Country Club
The holiday season brings images of family—and shiny, sparkling gifts—to mind, making local jeweler The Diamond Family sound as if it were made specifically for the occasion. But the name isn’t for show—this business has been family-operated since 1978. Co-owners Michael Haddad and his brother, Alex, are in the third generation of running the business.
This 6-bedroom, 4 full- and 3 half-bathroom Colonial home in Clayton is listed for $3.475 million.
Kevin Steincross & Kim Hudson, Fox 2 KTVI, Masters of Ceremonies
This 6-bedroom, 5 full- and 1 half-bathroom custom-designed home in Ladue is listed for $2.2 million.
Since the fear of public speaking is one of the main fears people have, facing it is the first step in lessening it. But we really don’t want to eliminate it completely! Toastmasters tells us to take the “butterflies in our stomach and teach them to fly in formation.” A Toastmasters club is the perfect setting for this. It is a nurturing environment where many have been in your shoes and can easily relate to the courage you’re demonstrating.
Story: Five months after the outbreak of World War I, a number of British, French and German troops positioned in trenches alongside “no man’s land” in Europe stopped their fighting for a brief but poignant period on Christmas Eve, 1914. Tentative and leery at first, they slowly emerged from their rat-infested trenches to extend holiday greetings to each other. They sang songs, exchanged simple gifts and even participated in an impromptu soccer game on the frozen terrain.
You mean well with the tie, and that candle is pretty, but the most memorable gifts are a little (just a little) over-the-top. For those hoping to make a statement this holiday season, we collected the biggest, most opulent gifts offered by fine department stores. Happy shopping!
Elizabeth Marie DiLoreto & Jordan Keith Strope
This 4-bedroom, 4 full- and 1-half bathroom home in the Ladue School District is listed for $750,000.
“My husband calls me Mrs. Winchester, since I keep adding on to the house and find ways to create new spaces,” says the homeowner of this renovated and expanded 1934 Ladue home.
Story: The place is England and the time is the 1930s, between the two world wars of the 20th century. Richard Hannay is an unadventurous British chap, much taken to pondering his dull life but not inclined to do much to alter it. Then, one night while attending a performance by “Mr. Memory” at the London Palladium, he is approached by a beautiful but mysterious young woman who convinces him to escort her back to his home.
It’s the time of year when socializing ramps up and invitations start arriving in both inboxes and mailboxes throughout the city. If you’re hosting a get-together this November, kick off the season in style
This 5-bedroom, 6 full- and 1 half-bathroom home in the Ladue School District is listed for $2.15 million.
Front: Lynsy Morrison, Laurie Otero, Lisa Carr, Arianna Kilmer, Back: Heath Peden, Jessie Otero, Melony Dixon, Adria Fogel, Rowdy LeMasters
This 4-bedroom, 5 full- and 1 half-bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $2 million.
This 4-bedroom, 4-full and 1-half bathroom home in Creve Coeur is listed for $1.675 million.
Everyone has a ‘dream house.’ What’s inside differs from person of person—a professional kitchen, cozy reading nooks, palatial pool or entertaining space to make the Joneses jealous. But real estate agents also are in on the fantasy. Here, area agents share their dream listings that are on the market now.
For the fourth time in a row, Kyle Lucks—local artist, independent travel director and frequent Ladue News contributor—has created an awe-inspiring watercolor to grace the cover of Elegant Living.
The master bedroom was transformed from tasteful traditional to frankly fabulous by designer David Deatherage, who specializes in high-design vintage furnishings. “The house was built in the Mid-Century era, but instead of organic modern, it had formal aspirations,” Deatherage observes. “It's Champagne instead of a martini; Beverly Hills in the 1950s, as opposed to Palm Springs.”
10490 Ladue Road