Architecture, Central West End, Historic St. Louis Homes, Stylish CWE Homes

“The Pink Palazzo”: A Historic Gem in St. Louis

Nicknamed “The Pink Palazzo,” this stunning home on Westmoreland Place is crafted of pink granite and was designed by the Boston firm of Peabody, Stearns, and Furber in 1892. Notable for being the first Missouri home to be landscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead when built-in 1894. The manor has remained the most expensive ever built on the street…possibly even the most expensive home ever built in St. Louis!

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