Historic St. Louis Homes

Throwback Thursday: John Dietrich House, 1856 | 355 Dietrich

Welcome to 355 Dietrich, a charming cabin located on a DOUBLE LOT that is seated on JUST OVER AN ACRE of land! This cabin is a St. Louis County landmark that has countless features that will catch your eye. Mature trees and greenery illustrate the lot. Upon pulling up, you’ll note the inviting touches this log cabin has to offer with its intricate wooden details and welcoming front porch. The front porch space is perfect for rocking chairs or loungers to enjoy the picturesque lot!

 

A total of 1,663 square feet of living area awaits you as you enter the front door. Detailed wood and stone work will immediately impress. This open concept floor plan allows for plenty of space to relax and entertain guests. The updated kitchen complete with abundant counter space is another feature that adds to the appeal of this cabin. This quaint 3 bedroom 2 bathroom has so many features that will make it a perfect home!

History
“Constructed in 1856, the Dietrich House is a German built log farmhouse which retains much of its original look and feel although its “dog trot” area has been enclosed and a frame addition added. An old log barn also survives on the site, and both buildings are in excellent condition. John Dietrich, the probable builder of the house, bought the land in 1856. Besides farming, the Dietrich’s also operated a grocery store at the corner of Manchester and Meramec Station roads.” Information from here

QUICK FACTS:
Address: 355 Dietrich 
Price: $450,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
Living Area: 1,663 sq.ft.
Pr/Sqft: $270.60
Listed by: Adam & Michelle Droege | STL Real Estate
Contact: (314)807-0848