Conceived in brick, stone, mortar, plaster, and lath this home was developed by skilled artisans practiced in a tradition lost to time, and cost. The plan for this home deviates from conventional thinking. It allows a versatile floor plan capable of expanding or contracting entertaining space. Revolutionary in 1914 and even so today, by allowing rooms to convert from one use to another it reduces the foot print required of the standard home. The design achieved savings through a lower construction, utility, and property tax cost. The smaller footprint allows for craftsman detail like taller ceilings, high baseboards, intricate window casements, & coffered ceilings. The updated kitchen features under cabinet lighting, cement counter tops, subway tile back splash, gold colored cabinet pulls and faucet. The location of the home within the Tower Grove South neighborhood gives close access to area gathering spots, parks, and intersection points for neighbors & conversation.
Listing courtesy of Avenue Realty Company, LLC