Long, Sleek & Modern: 2424 Trossock

January 20, 2012 , In: Residential Properties , With: No Comments

In many parts of the country, homes are built without basements and it’s no big deal. Buyers don’t even expect it. But here in St. Louis, where basements are the norm, a house on a slab can be a really tough sell. That’s probably why this fabulous 1956 ranch in the very desirable Barrett Brae subdivision is still unsold after 128 days.

I mean, that has to be the reason, because this place is pretty awesome otherwise. Not only does it have classic mid-century modern style, but it also sits on a nice big lot and is located in Kirkwood. That’s one of the quirks of Barrett Brae, by the way. Half of the subdivision is in Kirkwood, the other half is in unincorporated St. Louis County. And there is a homeowners’ association, so if you like this property, be sure to read the community rules first…

Listing courtesy of John Jackson, RE/MAX Results, (314) 965-2002. More photos and info available here.

If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this very cool California-style ranch, I’d be happy to help!

Shannon Howard
(314) 359-5927


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Shannon Howard

Realtor / Old House Specialist

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