Oasis in the City. Originally part of the International strip of the 1904 World's Fair; 5795 Lindell represented Asia. Landscaping was designed in that theme, with Ginkos and Japanese Maples. Owners eventually developed the grounds to create world class gardens, with dry stacked stone, a redwood garden wall, pergolas, and custom Moon Gate, and has been been featured on numerous Garden Tours, with accolades from the Missouri Botanical Garden. A rare gem; one of only few Maritz and Young designs commissioned in St Louis City, with classic and perfect symmetry. A glass enclosed loggia with heated floors connects the living room to main floor space, with views of the 1.2 acres, Forest Park and the Art Museum. Details include an elegant sweeping circular staircase, spacious rooms, terazzo floors and elevator service. Simple functional floor plan, fewer rooms, larger in scale: 2 Master Suites and 2 bedrooms with Jack-n-Jill bath. 3 car heated, attached garage. Slate roof. Oversized pool.
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