We are excited to introduce you to an important Soulard home that is included on Compton & Dry’s pictorial map of St. Louis from 1876. This home features most of its original architectural elements: gorgeous hardwood floors, impressive marble fireplaces, original staircase, and fine woodwork. You will be taken by the 14’ high ceilings and beautiful windows on three sides that fill the house with light. An added bonus is the home sits on a landscaped triple lot that provides for a lovely and private side garden. On the second level, you will find two gracious bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. The 2nd-floor rooms have access to a side porch. On the third floor, you will find another bright and spacious bedroom. Walk to Sidney Street Café, Peacemaker and all that Soulard has to offer. Historic 1920s garage and off-street parking. Full basement with original brick floor.
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