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House Hunt in Ladue & Frontenac

A colorful artistic treasure and a stately classic in Ladue

First up is 6 Picardy Lane listed by Linda Benoist and Lisa Coulter of Janet McAfee for $1,475,000.Situated on two park-like acres, its one of the best locations in Ladue. Walking up to the front entrance, you pass through formal boxwood topiary to the front porch. As you walk in the front entrance you are greeted with a large foyer that connect a gracious living room and dinning room, both with fireplaces and elegant architectural details. Directly in front of the entrance is the curved staircase with hardwood treads and a wrought iron railing that provides the charm of an earlier time.

The hearth room opens to the remodeled and updated kitchen that’s light and bright with upper end appliances, beyond is a wet bar/butlers pantry that also serves the formal areas.  There is a 12-year-old family room addition with French doors that open to the patio and private yard.

 Up stairs are the living quarters features four large bedrooms including a large master suite with his and hers baths and an en-suite sitting room, dressing room and multiple closets. Two more baths complete the upstairs.

Across the back yard is a private swimming pool with a surrounding slate deck that’s set in a grassy area. The grounds are nicely manicured with some mature tress and open spaces on level ground. To hear moiré about this property call Linda or Lisa at 314-997-4800.

Next up is a fun and exciting home at 10046 Conway Road listed by Carol Wilson and Joan Sharkey of Prudential Alliance Realtors for $849,000. This home combines comfortable elegance with a joyous artistic spirit. The custom landscaped ground total nearly one acre and consist of many varied species as Copper Beech trees and ostrich ferns. The circular drive and parking pad can park over 10 vehicles in addition to the 3-car detached garage.

Inside you care greeted with an array of color. The spacious foyer leads to an office/den half bath, living room with built-in bookcases. A butler’s pantry connects the dinning room with to a great room with a cathedral ceiling, skylight, gas fireplace, and a Canary wood floor.  There is a spacious updated kitchen with a bay window breakfast area. The master suite is on the main floor and features a coffered ceiling and the master bath has a jetted tub.

Upstairs are four more bedrooms, two full baths and an open sitting area. All along the rear, French doors or sliding glass doors from the great room, butlers pantry, kitchen, and main floor master, connect to the 1000 square foot patio and private backyard. This home is a real artistic treasure. To see it cal Carol or Joan at 314-997-7600.

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