Growing up as a kid in North County, there were a handful of areas that I always dreamed of living in: Old Jamestown, Hudson Road in Ferguson, and the rural sections of Spanish Lake not far from the Confluence. So of course I think it’s pretty darn awesome that I’ve got brand new listings in two out of the three.
The first one – 11735 Eckert – is an absolutely magical place hidden away behind Larimore Park. It offers 3+ acres, 3 fenced pastures, a barn, a shed/studio, and the most adorable 1950s ranch.
There are currently three goats living here, and it’s possible a buyer could re-adopt them through the Humane Society. All 10 chickens are negotiable too!
And if you’re a horse person, you’ll be glad to know you’re not alone! There are quite a few horses in the immediate area, some of whom have grazed on this property and been quite happy!
Of course, if you love horses but don’t want to live with them, try my other new listing at 1405 Hudson in Ferguson….
Built in 1926 as the “grandfather cottage” for a nearby farm that was torn down many years ago, this bargain-priced beauty comes with 1.25 acres and is right up the road from a place where you can board and ride horses.
Almost entirely surrounded by woods, it was supposedly built for a cousin of author Tennessee Williams, using material salvaged from a St. Louis tornado.
The basement was added in the 1950s, and this gorgeous kitchen was updated just a few years ago along with this super cool bathroom featuring color-changing LEDs…
I’ll be holding the Hudson house open this Sunday from 1-3pm, so please stop by! And if you want to take a look at the Eckert property, just give me a call!