Room to Grow: 4728 Tennessee

January 23, 2012 , In: Commercial Properties, Residential Properties , With: No Comments

I’ve always been a sucker for non-traditional homes, especially the ones that used to serve another function, like a converted church or a former commercial building. That’s probably why I’m absolutely in LOVE with this one-of-a-kind property in Dutchtown, which originally housed Held Florist & Greenhouses.

The florist is long gone but the greenhouses remain, and for the right person with a bit of vision and ingenuity, this place could make an incredible home. If you’re an artist looking for unique studio space, or an urban farmer wanting to grow plants or produce, I promise you will not find a more intriguing locale.

This is probably the only property in St. Louis that comes with solar power, two good-sized lots, and a second, historically significant home that a local preservation group would very much like to save. Deck out the main building like an open-concept loft and you’d have yourself one heck of a cool live/work space…

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

If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this one-of-a-kind property with SO much potential, I’d be happy to help!

Shannon Howard
(314) 359-5927


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Shannon Howard

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