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Virtual Tour Of The Famous Keyhole House In Soulard | 2423 South 13th Street

Known as “The Keyhole House” for its uniquely shaped entry, this 4,609 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3 bath home was built in 1890 by its original owner, Michael Reinagel, the city’s premier brick mason of the 1800s. A true work of art – the home features more styles of ornamental brick, sandstone, and terra cotta than any other residence in St. Louis. Over the past 24 years, the home has been carefully curated & lovingly renovated, with attention paid to every detail. The spacious, modern 30’ x 14’ kitchen features a 36” Wolf range, premium KitchenAid appliances, honed granite countertops, 16 sets of drawers, 45 cabinets & iridescent stained glass tile. The 2nd-floor master suite features oversized dual closets, a gas fireplace, laundry room, and private bath with a spacious custom glass shower & premium Kohler fixtures. The backyard has a deck, a brick patio, and an English boxwood garden, elegantly framed by a 9’ custom lattice fence. There’s even a 3-car garage for your vehicles.

 

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