(Every) Night at the Museum: 701 N 15th, #509W

March 31, 2015 , In: Residential Properties , With: No Comments


I don’t know about you, but anytime an out-of-towner asks me where they absolutely MUST visit in St. Louis, the City Museum is always at the top of my list. Yeah, the Arch is pretty cool and Forest Park’s world-class amenities are definitely worth a look, but in my opinion the City Museum is one of the neatest places in the country, if not the world.

The late artist Bob Cassilly created this incredible masterpiece mostly using salvaged materials and it’s truly one of a kind. Even more amazing, you can actually live there!!

Grand open space!

A handful of loft-style condos are available in the building, including this light-filled gem that hit the market a few weeks ago. Each one includes round-the-clock access to the incredible rooftop, as well as free access to the museum for you and up to six guests!

A master suite like no other!

Custom window treatments & grand living room!

This place is sweet even without the museum. So quirky & fun! But here’s the bonus you won’t find anywhere else on the planet…

Living in the museum is fun & membership is free!

People will be wowed with where your loft is located!


This is the magical playground literally right outside your door, accessible for free nearly anytime you want it. You also get a storage space, 2 parking spots, a huge laundry room, minimal condo fees, and the bragging rights that Bob Cassilly himself designed your home! Does it get any better?!

701 North 15th, unit 509W has 2 bedrooms & 1 bath in 1260sf. It’s listed by Lisa Grus, Premier Realty Exclusive, for $184,900. 

If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this remarkably unique property, give me a call.

Shannon Howard
(314) 359-5927

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Shannon Howard

Realtor / Old House Specialist

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