Residing in Richmond Heights, this handsome Hampton Park Tudor Revival proves a head-turner, with a stone and timber-framed fa├žade. The historic home, designed by Edward Nolte and Fred Nauman and built in 1927 by George F. Bergfeld, offers beaucoup places to park your car, from the tuck-under and detached garages to additional spots along the drive. Upon entry, a checkered floor leads you past the wraparound stair, with a detailed runner, into the impressively designed interior, which highlights historic and artistic touches found throughout the residence. Consider the stone walls of the sunroom or the archways and stained glass of the medieval-inspired lower level. Delightful details abound, from the walk-in cedar closet found in one of two attic areas to the triumphant millwork of the living and dining rooms. Now, take your tea to the screened porch, where you can overlook the picturesque backyard of this dreamy abode.

This 5-bedroom, 4 full-bathroom and 2 half-bathroom home in Richmond Heights is listed for $997,500.

Rachel Boxdorfer, 8077 Maryland Ave., 314-691-0538 (direct), 314-872-6641 (office),

For more than 35 years, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Alliance Real Estate (formerly Prudential Alliance, Realtors) has served the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. The company operates seven branch locations with more than 400 agents in four major counties, making it one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the area. Berkshire Hathaway offers one-stop shopping services, including corporate relocation, new-homes marketing, commercial sales, and mortgage, title and warranty products.

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