1 of 46 This mansion on Lindell Boulevard was built in 1986 and it shows. But the boxy, minimalist exterior only hints at the 1980s pleasures inside.
Located nearly directly across the street from the Missouri History Museum, this contemporary house stands out on a street filled with ornate mansions with columns outside and fussy crown molding inside.
Advertised as a home that was “built for entertaining guests,” this house has four bedrooms, five bathrooms in nearly 7,000 square feet of space made to host visitors. From the flashy neon-framed wine wall to the angular furnishings to the shiny black indoor hot tub, everything about this house was designed to impress guests.
And in addition to having a lower-level gym, custom closets and an office with a view of Forest Park, the mansion also has a huge pool out back surrounded by multiple lounge areas and a bar.
For more information on this $1,890,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Alyssa Suntrup of Gladys Manion, Inc. at 314-721-4755.
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