“Hidden by Trees You Will Find My Home” best describes this historic Clayton neighborhood where 10 Carrswold “emerges from the lawn in full sunlight.” The house sits high overlooking the 10+ acre Carrswold Park. A perfect example of a Colonial Revival Maritz & Young home, the whitewashed brick, black shutter & steeply gabled slate roof home was built in 1928. Distinctive architectural details remain: a sunken LR features a fireplace w/ access to a front terrace, a light-filled sunroom w/ abundant built-ins & an oversized DR w/ fireplace to accommodate large gatherings. A gourmet kitchen w/ multiple prep spaces & attached family room for informal entertaining. The 1st floor is complete w/ laundry room, office, bdrm, & master suite overlooking an outdoor pool. 5 bdrms, 3 full ba & oversized home office boasting a built-in desk & shelving complete the 2nd floor. A 3rd floor rumpus room is a bonus space. Close to universities, hospitals, schools, biking/running trails & downtown Clayton.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Realty St. Louis.
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