This amazing Victorian mansion was built in 1879 for the family of Henry Kiel who rose to prominence as the in-demand builder of the Opera House and former Kiel Auditorium, later becoming the mayor of St. Louis. This stunning home faces the wonderful and historic Lafayette Park and is in a National Historic District. The classic, three story, painted lady features much of its original, architecturally significant character including plaster moldings, glorious millwork, hardwood floors, period-style lighting, leaded art glass windows, amazing stairway, and 8 original fireplaces many of which are marble. Nearly 4,000 square feet of living space, this is one of the larger homes in the neighborhood. It has been meticulously restored and lovingly maintained by the present owner since their ownership began in 1972. Close proximity to three major interstates, downtown, retail, shopping, and within walking distance of several options for dining and recreation. 1 year home warranty included!
Listing courtesy of McAvoy Realty.
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