Architecturally stunning Spanish Revival home in sought-after Claverach Park. From the moment you enter this unique home, you will be enthralled with the dramatic living room with a 21’ ceiling graced with beamed trusses, wood-burning fireplace, etched art glass & 6 sets of arched french doors, one leading to a covered porch. The dining room is elegant with a wrought iron decorative gate & french doors. Gorgeous terrazzo floors.
Newly updated kitchen with granite counters, gas stove, walk-in pantry & breakfast area. Off of the kitchen is a family room with doors that lead to a new, expansive patio & the private backyard. Main floor master bedroom suite featuring a large walk-through closet & a master bathroom with a skylight, granite topped dual vanity, tub & separate shower. 2nd full bathroom on the main level. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, a large bathroom with vitrolite tile & an upstairs deck. An abundance of light streams into this home with most rooms having 3 sides of windows. Open Sunday (June 17th) from 2-4pm
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The festival will feature musical performances by Tommy Halloran (5-6pm), Hudson’s All-Star Hoo Doo Cats (6:30-7:30pm) and Kim Massie (8-10pm). Wine will be for sale by The Wine Merchant, Edg-Clif Winery, Noboleis Vineyards, Balducci Vineyards and Augusta Winery. Food will be available for purchase from local food trucks along with local restaurants on Carondelet Plaza including 801 Chophouse, 801 Fish and Whitebox Eatery.
In addition, entertainment will be provided by live event painter, Jennifer Hayes, swing dancers, and the ever-popular, Champagne Diva!
The 8th Annual Sustainable Backyard Tour is a free, self-guided, open-house-style tour of green spaces in and around St. Louis including my listing 115 Lake Forest Drive. Showcasing many aspects of sustainable living, including organic gardening, beekeeping, stormwater management and more, the tour takes place on Sunday June 10th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Don’t miss this chance to see first hand how others have integrated sustainable living practices into their lives and learn what you need to know to go green! Yard descriptions and tour maps will be available at select locations and online beginning in June. For more information and to register to attend, visit the website www.sustainablebackyard.org
Lunch today was delicious at the recently opened The Bao! Housed in the former Coastal Bisro space, the BAO boasts an eclectic mix of design elements that somehow seem to work: light-colored tabletops, Midcentury American furniture, and shades of gray. The lunch menu includes soups, salads, bowls, and other-worldly snacks. When dinner hours commence, expect an amped-up cocktail program, izakaya-style dishes, and full table service.
Information from STLMag