STEP BACK INTO THE EARLY 1900'S & ENJOY THE OPULENT SUMMER HOME DESIGNED BY ARCHITECT, THEODORE LINK WHO DESIGNED BLDGS FOR 1904 WORLD'S FAIR, LAVISH HOMES & UNION STATION. THIS HISTORIC, 28+AC, COUNTRY COMPOUND ON A MO RIVER BLUFF BETWEEN ST. ALBANS & LABADIE, was owned by the Swanstrom Family of Magic Chef fame. For years this prominent St. Louis family enjoyed a social & family lifestyle at this lovely retreat with Olympic sized pool, badminton court, guest cottage & stable. Elegant, yet rustic, a European influence prevails with spacious rooms, brick & wood floors, numerous wood-burning fireplaces, enormous dining/gathering room & bar with brick floors & huge fireplace. Walnut & cherry millwork & built-in bookcases add gracious touches. A European style barn with loft, tie stalls & turnouts open to Bavarian-like, green pasture awaiting your horses or other livestock. Outbuildings include a chicken coop, workshop & stable. View a fascinating photo history in Additional Documents.
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