Stately Central West End home designed in 1909 by Louis Spiering. Spiering designed many notable St. Louis homes and buildings- one of importance is the Sheldon Concert Hall in Grand Center. This gracious property is completely updated and bright while retaining its historic integrity. Located on one of the largest lots in the neighborhood and at the end of the street. Easy walk to Forest Park, coffee shops, restaurants, Metrolink and more.
You will love the ample closet and storage space throughout this home. Updated kitchen with 6-burner gas stove, center island, walk-in pantry, granite counters & breakfast room. Formal dining room with gothic paneling. Master Bedroom with walk-in closet, private balcony, sitting room & a updated bathroom with walk-in shower and jet tub. 3rd floor is finished with recreation space, 2 more bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms. 2-car garage.
Stylish condo located in the prime area of the fashionable Central West End. Fine restaurants, coffee shops, movie theater, gym and shopping are right out your front door. Close to Forest Park, Metrolink, Whole Foods and BJC Medical Center. Straub’s fine groceries is right next door. This unit enjoys an ideal floor plan, with the kitchen open to the spacious living room and dining room. The kitchen features stainless steel Viking appliances, granite countertops, gas stove and a breakfast bar. Hardwood floors throughout the main living areas.
Bright master bedroom with walk in closet and French doors that lead to a large deck. Spacious master bathroom that features double sinks and walk in shower. The 2nd bedroom also opens to the deck. In-unit laundry. 2-stall personal garage with extra room for storage. Additional storage in the building’s lower level. The landscaping and gardens of the development will remind you of a European garden. Guest parking.
The Central West End (CWE) has never been so hot. Walk to Forest Park, fine restaurants, Metrolink, Whole Foods and so much more! Large, 1,679 sq. ft. condo located in the totally renovated, Netherby Hall! 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Also included is a den/office off of the main living area. Gorgeous hardwood floors throughout the space.
Front-facing condo with views of the important architecture along Lindell Blvd. Bright windows throughout with shades that automatically lower on a switch. Gas fireplace in Living Room. Gorgeous kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gas cook-top and pantry. Laundry in unit. 2 assigned parking spaces- one covered.
QUICK FACTS:Date: Friday, April 6th
Time: drinks at 5:00, program 5:30-7:00pm
Location: 4727 McPherson Ave, 63108
Cost: FREE, members only
Mark your calendar for the return of Modern STL’s Annual Meeting on April 6th! We’re combining our usual business with the launch of our new website and a screening of Le Corbusier 50: Stories of Encounters that have Revolutionized Design (link to trailer), all set in the amazing showroom of Centro Modern Furnishings in the Central West End.
Doors open at 5:00pm and the program begins at 5:30. In addition to providing a brief business update on the organization we will share the features of our new website. With beautiful photos of local modern icons from Matt Marcinkowski, the new website includes a shop and calendar of events all things modern.
Following the business program join us for a screening of Le Corbusier 50: Stories of Encounters that have Revolutionized Design (the first time in St. Louis). According to wikipedia, Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier (French: [lə kɔʁbyˈzje]; 6 October 1887 – 27 August 1965), was a Swiss-French architect, designer, painter, urban planner, writer, and one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture. He was born in Switzerland and became a French citizen in 1930. His career spanned five decades and he designed buildings in Europe, Japan, India, and North and South America.
The film highlights Le Corbusier’s talent as a designer, from modern architecture to furniture designs that are still sold new today.
Houska Gallery is thrilled to feature a Solo Exhibit of Peter Manions new and never before seen Works on Paper. These amazing pieces are from 2 art residences he attended in the last couple years. Each piece is a part of his journey.
The gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of landscape painters whom all share a focus on the spirituality and stillness of the natural world. Each artist successfully portrays his own personal connection to nature and the sceneries presented even as they each utilize different techniques.