Closed Listing, Sold Properties by Ted Wight

Ted Can Literally Sell Anything | Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty

Ted is known in the market for selling cool, unique and hard-to-sell properties. Just imagine what he can do with your traditional home!

912 Singlepath Lane, St. Louis, MO
This very special home that was built in 1990 is tucked into an enclave of important architectural homes designed by Harris Armstrong. Its setting is resemblant of the Pacific Northwest with lush woodland gardens and towering trees.

4012 Juniata, St. Louis, MO
Contemporary masterpiece by world-renown architect, Adrian Luchini featuring a koi pond, unique shipping container spaces, green house, covered parking with automatic gate and more! Upstairs you will find a large master suite with vaulted ceilings, curved window, deep spa tub and tons of natural light! Within walking distance to restaurants, coffee shops and Tower Grove Park. Photos from most recent listing with Nicole Longworth of Keller Williams Southwest.


102 North Water Street, Louisiana, MO
Two conjoined properties made up this Unique building on the Mississippi River featured on HGTV’s “You Live in What?” in 2014! Renovated from two 50′ diameter drinking water tanks.

101 South 3rd Street, Clarksville, MO
This property was the quaint Grace Church that looked over the town of Clarksville. The church was designed by noted architects Charles Nagel & Frederick Dunn who designed many fine homes & churches in the St. Louis area. It was established in 1869, but the current structure was built in 1940.

268 Dameron, Elsberry, MO
Located on the top of a hill with expansive views was this historic log home built in the 19th century that had been meticulously restored & updated.

Rockcliffe Mansion, Hannibal, MO
Unbelievable 13,500 sq.ft. home listed on the National Register of Historic Places built between 1898 & 1900 by lumber baron J.J. Cruikshank. Designed by Barnett, Haynes & Barnett of St. Louis who spearheaded construction of the MO State Governor’s Mansion (St. Louis) & many grand homes in the CWE as well as the Cathedral of St. Louis.

5700 Montebello, Imperial, MO
Located 30 minutes from St. Louis, this 60 acres estate is located on the hills above the Meramec & Mississippi Rivers. The renown Castle of Montebello was built by a Magic Chef heir with no expenses spared.

145 South Sappington, Oakland, MO
Located in the enclave of interesting architectural homes in Oakland is this well-known residence that everyone adores. The original Art-Deco and International home has been enhanced over the years. The most famous feature is the “crooked” office addition that exemplifies this house’s playful architecture. What fun it is to go into the office and have it be completely level.

719 Bismark Avenue, St. Louis, MO
A landmark contemporary house designed by renowned architect Jules Christner in 1967. An expansive deck features 2 large fully functional tree houses with electricity & plumbing. One is used as an outdoor bedroom complete with sink & toilet. The other is an outdoor living room with ceiling fan & working fireplace.