This once-in-a-lifetime offering is cultivated, fiercely unique, and expressive of the finest of residential design. It is a true gathering spot that welcomes and embraces all who cross its threshold. Designed by the architecture firm of Hall and Proetz, who were responsible for some of the finest homes built in St. Louis between the two World Wars, this 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home sits on over 2 acres of incredibly lush, private land, on one of the most coveted lanes of Ladue. Entertaining/family areas are warm and spacious allowing for numerous activities to pass concurrently. Completed in 1936, this property features just over 4,100 sqft of beautifully laid out interior space featuring hand-hewn moldings, a gourmet kitchen that opens to a modern family room, designed by Harris Armstrong, with three sides of soaring picture windows gazing out to the expansive backyard.