In "the Cornell Reading Courses" Martha Van Rensselaer once wrote that "The first law of good taste is simplicity". Whether as a matter of design or a daily lifestyle, 52 Westmoreland Place embodies this philosophy. Beginning with a complete renovation by St. Louis architectural firm Maritz and Young in the 1930s, this home has been meticulously maintained and upgraded throughout the decades including some more recent changes made by a prominent St. Louis mayoral family. Often times, ownership of a historic home can be a labor of love but here, everything has been taken care of so you can relax and enjoy the neighborhood! A stroll in the beautiful median will lead you to Forest Park or to the Central West End. Pick up groceries at Straub's, have dinner and a movie at the Chase Park Plaza hotel or enjoy the many fine boutiques. The sellers of this special home said "Whoever buys the home will hopefully continue the tradition of love and joy felt in this house for 100 years".
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