Ladue’s Hidden House looks like an art gallery inside [PHOTOS]



Forget those huge cookie-cutter houses with the beige carpet, this is a real luxury. Tucked away inside a ring of tall trees in Ladue, this home on Sumac Lane has all the best things money can buy. (Like privacy and the ability to hide and avoid other humans.)

It also has a lot of beauty contained in its 4,440 square feet of living space. The place actually appears to have been designed to display art, with large open spaces and an abundance of natural light. Floor-to-ceiling windows proudly display the earthly beauty that is also found outside.

The 1967 home has five bedrooms, four and a half baths, and custom closets. And the kitchen is upscale from top to bottom with stainless steel appliances, a touchless faucet, and Brazilian Azul Macaubas quartzite counters.

The courtyard is an outdoor oasis that includes a patio, deck, two separate lounging areas, multiple dining areas, a hot tub, and mood lighting. It’s also currently home to what appears to be the largest barbecue known to mankind, so you know there’s plenty of room to stretch out.

For more information on this $ 1,595,000 property, visit list page or contact Andrew W. Dielmann from
Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty at 314-725-0009.

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