Grab Bag: A Quick Trio of Treasures

February 11, 2014 , In: Field Notes, Residential Properties , With: No Comments


7035 Nashville, Dogtown  – As a rule, I never blog about a property if one of my clients is even remotely interested in it. So that’s why I’ve been mum (until now) about this sweet little dollhouse in Dogtown. Built in 1954, this place has some of the most beautiful built-ins I’ve seen in a very long time. And the finished basement, with a big ol’ fireplace and wonderful natural light, is just as charming as the main living area! I personally think the price is a bit high, but the quality is definitely here and the central location is so convenient. If you’re looking for original 50s with lots of neat vintage details, look here! It’s way better than the photos!! 3+2, 1215sf, listed 18 days ago by Shirley Proemsey, RE/MAX, for $153,500. 


3317 Highway A, Washington  – Mid-century modern meets country living in this unique 1957 home just outside of Washington. It could probably use some jazzing up, but the good bones are there and so is the land! Come grab this 1.4 acres and create your very own mid-mod retreat! 3+2, 1200sf, listed 4 days ago by Matthew McClelland, RE/MAX, for $140,000.


11168 Glacier, unincorporated MidCo – The 80s are in full swing at this hidden gem near Creve Coeur but there’s still so much potential here! The house is on a dead-end street and is almost totally enveloped by woods, so even though the actual lot is just .32 acres, it feels like a lot more. Bring your elbow grease and big ideas and turn this one into your bargain-priced contemporary dream home! 2+2.5, 2014sf, listed as a foreclosure 6 days ago by Alonso Reed, Reed Realty, for $129,900.

If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you any of these unique vintage properties, give me a call…

Shannon Howard
(314) 359-5927

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Shannon Howard

Realtor / Old House Specialist

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