Built in 1840, this antebellum farmhouse is steeped richly in Ladue history. Once home to Joseph Harding, the property passed to Ladue pioneer John Philip Litzsinger, for whom Litzsinger Road is named. Origins of the property date to the Spanish Colonial period. Historic integrity artfully maintained and expanded. $2.0+Million invested. Finest finishes. Gourmet kitchen in Carrera Marble & stainless appliances. All fir wood floors have been refinished. Baths are remodeled in Carrera marble. Heated French limestone floors in Lower Level and sunrooms. Perennial gardens and plantings by Missouri Botanical Gardens. 1000+ native Missouri prairie plants/grasses. Newer fencing, landscape, irrigation & brickwork. Original barn is now a modern 1000SF Carriage House and serves as the 4th Bedroom of the property. 2-car garage in Hardie board siding. All electric, plumbing and sewer lines have been replaced. 3 laundries. Philbert security. Generator.
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