My Latest Listing: the “treehouse” @ 958 Greeley

August 26, 2015 , In: Featured Posts, Residential Properties , With: No Comments


Well, hello there! I’ve been taking a break for summer vacation (mining for quartz crystal in Arkansas!) but I just got back and I’m excited to tell you about my latest listing…

This 1939 Storybook bungalow is awesome for several reasons: 1) It’s located in Tuxedo Park – a charming, convenient little corner of Webster Groves. 2) It’s surrounded by homes that are much more expensive ($300k+) so it’s ripe for investment & improvement. And 3) It’s so darn peaceful!

Seriously, this is a writer/artist’s dream come true! It sits up high so it feels like a treehouse, and there’s just enough vintage charm/open space/lovely natural light to make it feel “zen” and inspiring.


I always feel relaxed when I’m here. The back porch and private yard probably don’t hurt…



I also have a soft spot for this kitchen. Yes it’s a bit dated, but it also has a cozy European vibe and presents the greatest opportunity to add value to this home.


Did I mention there’s a half-million dollar house right across the street?? And numerous $300-400k houses in the immediate radius?


Buy this place, put in some sweat equity, and you could be sitting on one heck of a gem! But don’t take my word for it! Come to the OPEN HOUSE this Sunday, 1-3pm, and see for yourself!

958 Greeley has 3 bedrooms & 1 bath in 1202sf, with potentially more finished space in the lower level. It was just listed by me for $188,000. 

If you’d like more info on this unique vintage property, let me know! And by the way, please check out my Facebook page if you haven’t already. I post updates there that often don’t make the blog 🙂

Shannon Howard
(314) 359-5927


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Shannon Howard

Realtor / Old House Specialist

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