771 Adda Road Labadie, MO 63055
Here is your opportunity to own a rare piece of St. Louis history. The home, on this amazing country property, was designed by Theodore Link (who designed St. Louis' Union Station) in or around 1903, for one of the first woman osteopaths in the US. Sometime before 1934 the property was purchased by the founder of Magic Chef Stove Co. as a country property for his family. A caretakers cottage & amazing 100,000 gallon pool were added in 1937. history tells us, once called The Alpine Lodge, river boats would anchor & ship hands would come up for a swill. This fabulous property has fallen asleep over time, but it's potential is waiting for you to add your name to its story. Unleash your inner decorator & own a piece of history. Minutes away from Country Club of St. Albans golf & to shopping & restaurants in Wildwood Town Center. The property includes 3 bed 2 bath main house, caretaker cottage, historic barn/stable. The current owner has lovingly begun the work for you.Don't miss this home, Directions Hwy 100 W of Hwy 109 to R on Hwy T (St. Albans Rd). Past the Country Club of St. Albans to R on Adda Road.
Interior Features Include:
Air Cond: 2 Window/Wall
Source Electric, Propane
Exterior Features Include:
Acreage: 28.5900 Acres
Lot: Backs to Open Grnd, Backs to Trees/Woods, Suitable for Horses
Exterior: Asbestos Shingle, Cedar/Wood, Other, Historic, Rustic
Garage/Parking: Circle Drive
Other Features Include:
Amenities: Private Inground Pool
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