House IV

 

House IV is situated on a quiet street in the Academy neighborhood.  It is a historical three-story home built in the early 1900’s around the time of the St. Louis World’s Fair. 


The main floor consists of a foyer with an original built-in wood bench, living room,  dining room with seating for six, a small breakfast bar, a half bath, and an updated kitchen.


The second floor has three bedrooms, one of which consists of a bedroom plus a sitting area.  It also has a full bath.


The basement is quite spacious and houses a washer and dryer and plenty of storage space. 


All common spaces in House IV are fully furnished - including cookware and appliances in the kitchen,  television with cable in the living room, and tasteful (but fun) decor.


It’s worth mentioning that this house is located in a transitional neighborhood and there are a few derelict houses down the block.  We know all of our neighbors and the neighborhood is not a problem, but if either of these factors is of concern, this is probably not the right house for you.

About House IV

AMENITIES:

  1. Close to Metrobus stop

  2. Close proximity to the Central West End

  3. Quiet, tree-lined street

  4. Plenty of on-street parking

  5. Walking distance to Forest Park

  6. Near the Delmar Loop

  7. Free washer & dryer

  8. Central A/C and heat

  9. Wireless internet

  10. Cable TV