Built in 1905, this stately 3bed/1.5bath home is one of the remaining “Forty Thieves” homes built by Walter Wilmot Reynolds in Richmond Heights. According to local legend, Mr. Reynolds built this home with “borrowed” materials from the 1904 World's Fair in nearby Forest Park. There is much historical significance to this home & it is now primed for it's new owner to bestow their vision upon it. One could keep it's original splendor while updating it further with relevant modern amenities & comforts. The location is at the epicenter of everywhere St. Louis. Enjoy all of offerings of Clayton, DeMun, Maplewood, Dogtown, & Forest Park just to name a few. The home boasts original period millwork throughout, gleaming hardwoods, wide baseboards, tall ceilings, exposed brick walls, gorgeous fireplace mantles & surrounds, solid wood doors, & a claw foot tub. The solid foundation, updated hvac system & water heater, plus newer carpet, windows, & light fixtures
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