2914 ALLEN IN COMPTON HEIGHTS
- 4 beds
- 3 bath
- Beautiful pool
- 2 car garage has full bathroom to service pool
- 3,000 square feet
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No need to book your vacation to the south of France this year. Live here and enjoy life of leisure and entertainment. After your morning plunge in the pool, you can enjoy tea in the Secret Garden. Spend the afternoon in the 4 Season Sunroom with a great summer novel. Begin preparing your 7 course meal in the chef’s kitchen. The Lacanche gourmet custom-built stove with all enamel front, brass and stainless knobs has both a gas and electric oven. Set your prep cooks to work on the move-able CENTER ISLAND. When guests arrive choose from one of two formal parlors for the aperitifs, then progress to the formal dining room for the main course. Your staff can serve you from the convenient period Butler’s Pantry. Move the party outside under the stars on the STAMPED CONCRETE PATIO where the lighting + sounds of the pool add to the ambiance. Finish the evening with a night cap in the custom built wine cellar.
Must tour to fully experience this home. So many more nice surprises await. Current owners love to cook and entertain and the updates reflect this. Kitchen has gourmet features and with so much functionality built into original footprint. The four season room provides perfect flow from kitchen to the pool area, providing lots of places to mingle and relax. This home has wonderful curb appeal on idyllic quiet street, yet close to so many amenities.
Priced at $519,000
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ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
The Compton Heights historic neighborhood, located near the south side of St. Louis, Missouri in the shadow of the great water tower of Reservoir Park, is one of the earliest planned residential developments of the American nineteenth century. Laid out in 1889 in accordance with a plan that viewed nature as neighbor and not as an enemy to be subjugated by some rectilinear grid, its wide setbacks and curving streets create remarkable vistas, which are punctuated by more than 200 homes of extraordinary and varied interest. The entire neighborhood is a national historic district. Find out more at the Compton Heights Neighborhood Association site.