3281 Gustine in the Capistrano Building is currently on the market. Because it is bank owned, the price has been radically reduced. It is being offered at only $89/sqft. Compared to other condos currently listed between $350,000-$450,000 that’s about $100 less per square foot than the average price per square foot for a traditional resale. At such a discount you might think the unit was lacking in some way. But check out the side-by-side comparison below and you will see that it offers much, much more than the average condo.
History: Check the PBS St. Louis Home Builders’ Assn. Rebuilding St. Louis Project to see the renovation in progress.
3 Up Comparison: Before looking at the details of each condo, check this side by side comparison of prices, fees and amenities.
3281 Gustine: Castle-like residence with its own private entrance, full basement for storage and 3 spaces in the underground garage. Feels more like a townhome than a condo, but offers a luxury and maintenance-free lifestyle. Added bonus is the partially finished lower level with walk-out. Could make a great in-law suite, office or AirBnB Rental.
4554 Laclede: This unit in the Wexford offers a very traditional condo experience with a communal entry. The unit has a fireplace and den. Pool access and underground parking.
5256 Waterman: This unit in Portland Court offers the maintenance free lifestyle of a condo with more of a townhome experience.