One person feels that it is indeed electric. In a recent article published in the St. Louis Business Journal, writer Joe Schlafly talks about a new current of creative electricity that is flowing through St. Louis, starting at the Gateway Arch and moving westward. Schlafly is on the Board of Directors of Innovate St. Louis and is active the the St. Louis entrepeneurship community.
As another example of Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt’s marketing expertise, their CWE listing at 11 Hortense Place, St. Louis, MO 63108 was recently featured in the St. Louis Business Journal’s section, “On the Market: The Most Expensive Homes in the City of St.
Paul and Amy Mittelstadt’s Central West End listing located at 11 Hortense Place, St. Louis, MO 63108 ($1,295,000) has recently been featured in The Week. This popular publication features the best of U. S. and international media in a digest format. 11 Hortense Place is located on one of the premier private streets in the CWE, and is one of the most stately mansions in the entire Central West End.
Paul and Amy Mittelstadt, your Central West End Realtor specialists, recently sold their listing in the popular CWE high rise condo building Lindell Terrace. This unit was on the market only 22 days, and it sold for the full listing price of $125,000.
Paul and Amy just sold a listing of theirs in University City. Most of the time Paul and Amy list only Central West End homes. But in this case, the house was owned by a former CWE client of theirs. Here is a description of the home:
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This historic 1904 Central West End (CWE) home, featuring 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths is certain to impress. The 21'x10' entry foyer greets one's guests and opens to formal living & family rooms on either side, both with gas log fireplaces. There is a spacious formal dining room and a large walk-through butler's pantry connecting it to the eat-in kitchen. The upper level includes a centrally located library and adjacent sun room, offering the ideal space to enjoy quiet moments.
Elegant Central West End (CWE) co-op unit with fabulous location next to the Chase Park Plaza and Forest Park. This New York-style building features 24-hour security, 40-space guest parking lot & sound finances. This unit overlooks the park and features a spacious entry hall, built-in bookcases in living room & family room, elegant marble fireplace mantel, gorgeous wood shutters, 9-ft ceilings, beautiful millwork, spacious 22x12 kitchen, thermal windows and tastefully-updated baths.
One of the very few cooperative apartment complexes in St. Louis, the elegant St. Regis Apartments has become an extremely popular Central West End (CWE) destination for people who have sold their large single-family homes and don’t want to scale back to a small condominium. The high desirability of the St. Regis is due to the abundant size of the apartments in the building: 2,700 square feet each.
Amy and I have enjoyed selling many of the fine historic CWE homes on Fullerton’s Westminster Place over the years. The street encompasses the 4300 and 4400 blocks of Westminster Place, just a few blocks north of the Cathedral Basilica. This is actually a public street, although originally it had been one of the earliest private places in the City (1892). These two blocks have more homes of architectural interest than any other two public blocks in St. Louis. The finest architects working at the turn of the last century were designing these custom homes.