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Total Renovated Contemporary Home- Designed by Ted Christner

This architecturally significant mid-century modern gem, designed by Ted Christner, was recently renovated from top to bottom using the finest luxury materials. From the nickel-plated hardware to the Calacatta Oro marble counters, every surface is pleasing to the eye and touch. The center island kitchen has riff-cut solid white oak cabinets and chef quality appliances. The open floor plan is great for entertaining two or twenty, and the floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in. The master bedroom has wonderful vistas of the meticulous grounds; the en-suite bath has a custom double vanity, egg-shaped soaking tub and separate shower. The walkout lower level has a family room, bedroom, full bath, conference area and a large bright studio. Additional amenities include Lutron control system, extensive recessed, landscape and outdoor lighting, bluestone patio, Ipe wood decks, 2-car oversized garage, electric drapes, generous closets, ample storage, and steel architectural fencing.


Listed by Steve Lange and Stephanie Oliver, Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty, 314-725-0009






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