Over the past six months, I’ve built up a huge backlog of fun houses to share with you. But I don’t always have time to write about each of them, so starting today, I’ll be doing a weekly feature called Monday Medley.
It’s just a quick recap of unique & vintage properties in the area, many of which you might not discover on your own. It’s basically my own curated collection of interesting homes, in a wide range of prices and locations. Here’s what caught my eye today…
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31 Holiday, Hannibal – This contemporary 60s ranch reminds me of the hip modern houses in the hills above Los Angeles. 1897sf, $129,900, listing courtesy of Elizabeth Todd, Prestige Realty.
6467 Lloyd, Dogtown – Somewhere, I imagine there’s a Renaissance Fair buff who would go absolutely nuts for this house. 1066sf, $91,000, listing courtesy of Craig Bentrup, Patriot Realtors.
110 North Water, Louisiana – This used to be a city water treatment plant, now it’s a super cool loft just steps from the Mississippi River. 2 beds/2 baths, $150,000, listing courtesy of Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby’s.
7219 Dorset, U City – I can’t decide what I like more about this 1920s English-style cottage – the cozy interior or the storybook exterior. Both are so cute! 1337sf, $179,900, listing courtesy of Mary Schwarz, Edge Real Estate Group.
10024 Baltimore, Overland – For those buyers craving a super original 1950s house, here you go. This one is pretty sweet. 1836sf, $104,000, listing courtesy of Rebecca Scherzer, Keller Williams.
15 Benton Place, Lafayette Square – What an opulent bathroom! It’s part of a beautiful Romanesque Revival house on the oldest private street in America! 2246sf, $524,900, listing courtesy of Thomas Burfield, Prudential Alliance.
41 Oak Park, Creve Coeur – Is this a beach house overlooking the Pacific? Nope, just a gorgeous ranch off Ladue Road. But WOW! 4200sf, $719,000, listing courtesy of Valerie Engel, Janet McAfee.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you any of these unique homes, give me a call! I’d be happy to help!