Historically and architecturally significant home in the University Heights National Historic Neighborhood, this grandiose 14 room, 3 story Tudor style manse is filled with history and spectacular architectural details. Built for James Coyle, a business associate of E.G. Lewis, the founder of University City, this Century Home was completed in 1906 and has been beautifully restored and updated by the current owners, with careful attention to maintaining the original character of this home . The welcoming porte-cochere has a 2nd floor balcony above it. Special features include elaborate period millwork, intricate leaded glass windows, multiple bay windows, some hexagonal, rich box beamed ceilings, three fireplaces,and the original three car garage/carriage house with a room on the second floor. This spectacular home sits prominently on a huge, beautifully landscaped, DOUBLE lot. Enjoy the eat-in kitchen,the master bedroom suite,large deck,and much more.Plus in a prime U. City location.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Gundaker-Ladue.
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