Named St. Louis Magazine’s 2021 Most Beautiful Home, this Grand Dame sits at the corner of Park and Benton Place, overlooking Lafayette Park. Built by the “Dean of St. Louis Architecture” George Ingham Barnett in 1878, the current owners have been the curators of the home for the past 20 years and have restored the home to its original glory. Marble fireplace mantels, pocket doors, 14 ft ceilings with medallions, and detailed crown molding are some of the historical features of the home, while an updated kitchen, bathrooms, 2nd floor laundry, and tuck under 2 car garage offer the comforts of today's lifestyle. Exterior renovations include a new slate mansard roof and copper gutters. Walk to the restaurants in Lafayette Square or enjoy an evening on the private deck overlooking a mature, landscaped yard. Either way, gracious living awaits the next curator of 2107 Park.
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