$100,000 Price adjustment makes this legacy home a great buy. Starting as an antebellum farmhouse, this remarkable property built in 1850, is steeped deeply in Ladue history. It was once home to Joseph Harding, then John Litzsinger, for whom Litzsinger Road is named. Origins of the property date to the Spanish Colonial period. Historic integrity and character have been preserved with $2.0+Million invested:Gourmet kitchen has Carrara marble & stainless appliances. Floors are original wood, and refinished. Baths, all remodeled. Lower Level & Sunroom both have heated limestone floors. All electric, plumbing & sewer lines are new. Landscaping & irrigation systems, also new. Spectacular, level side yard. Perennial gardens/plantings w/1000 native Missouri prairie plants/grasses created by Missouri Botanical Gardens. 1000 SF Carriage House was once the original barn. (adds 4th BR Suite,w/full kitchen/LR/DR). 2-car garage, Hardie board siding. 3 laundries. Security. Generator.
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