Originally a small stone cottage built in the 1700s with larger additions incorporated in the following centuries, this labyrinth of a home features a fascinating living space made up of open, high ceiling rooms. Before its most recent stint as a home to a small group of artists and musicians, this building had taken on many uses, among them a cigar factory, an open market, and a bed and breakfast. In addition to the more than 4,400 sq feet of living space, the sprawling basement is home to a music studio, art studio, and a mysterious small cave. ‘Broadway,’ as the house has become affectionately known, is a remarkable piece of St. Louis history that offers endless possibilities to whomever is next to own it. Renovations include: New roof and gutters, high efficiency 5-ton HVAC with an additional new 3-ton air conditioning unit. Updated electrical service with new service panel. New 80 gallon hot water heater.
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