40 Portland Place     St. Louis, MO
6 bedrooms | 8 bathrooms | 11,437 sq.ft. | built in 1896 | priced at $1,695,000
This historic Richardson Romanesque CWE mansion, constructed of Indiana limestone, was built for G. Warren Brown, founder of Brown Shoe Co. in 1897.  The entrance hall boasts rosewood wainscot and staircase with Italian mosaic floor.  Adjacent is a study with walnut boiserie & marble fireplace.  The rosewood paneled living room features original leaded-glass bookcases and carved French limestone fireplace.  A solarium with art glass skylight opens to the LR, DR & veranda.  The butler's pantry, kitchen, breakfast room and 2 powder rooms complete this floor.  The 2nd level includes the master suite with his/hers bath/dressing rooms, and 2 additional bedrooms with ensuite bath.  Located on the 3rd level are 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and sitting rooms.  A billiard room with fireplace and bonus room are in the partially-finished basement.  The extra-large lot features a pool and carriage house with 3-car garage and living quarters.
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