Theodore Link served as one of the architects for the 1904 World’s Fair & his crowning achievement was the St. Louis Union Station. In 1903 Mr. Link bought this property where he designed & built a cottage. Sometime before 1934, the property was purchased by the founder of the Magic Chef Stove Co. as a summer home. In 1937, a small caretakers cottage was added, some out buildings & the magnificent pool. Located only 45 minutes from St. Louis is this ideal family getaway or primary residence. The property borders the Engelmann Woods Natural Area. It is close to St. Albans Country Club, shopping, restaurants & all that serve Wildwood & Chesterfield offers. The property consists of a 3 bed, 2 bath main house with a dramatic living room with a beamed ceiling & wood burning fireplace. Charming dining room, bar & country kitchen. The cottage has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath & a kitchenette. There is also a historic barn/stable near the cottage. The hallmark of the property is a 100,000-gallon pool.
Listing courtesy of Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty.
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