As someone who lives in a big ol’ Victorian house that always seems to need some kind of exterior painting, I totally appreciate the work that went into this colorful home in Shrewsbury. The bold accent tones are perfectly befitting a whimsical Queen Anne like this, and you’ll also find a fun kaleidoscope of hues on the inside.
Built in 1893 by the Schmees family, this 2,600-square-foot house sits in a neat little neighborhood just beyond Maplewood and Webster Groves. In 232 days on market, its price has barely budged. But for less than $300K, you do get 11-foot ceilings, lots of great original details, and of course, Webster schools…
Listing courtesy of Rebecca Blair, Janet McAfee Inc., (314) 997-4800. More photos and info available here.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this grand Victorian home, I’d be happy to help!
Pearce Neikirk and Partners