31 May 2021

20,000 Square Foot Brick and Stone Mega Mansion In St. Louis, MO


YEAR BUILT: 2007
LOT SIZE: 4.66 acres
SQUARE FEET: 20,054
BEDROOMS: 6
BATHROOMS: 7 full, 3 half
LIST PRICE: $9,900,000
LISTING AGENT(S): Alexandra Thornhill of Dielmann SIR

Known as "Westbury Estate", the imposing brick and stone-accented mega mansion located at 20 Upper Warson Road in St. Louis, MO was built in 2007 and is situated on just under five acres of land. The stately English-inspired residence is timeless and dignified, boasting unparalleled hand-crafted details and distinctive appointments from the outside in.

It features approximately 20,054 square feet of living space with six bedrooms, seven full and three half bathrooms, two-story foyer with T-shaped staircase, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, a great room with fireplace and box beam ceiling, a butler's pantry, gourmet kitchen with double islands, a pass-through bar and separate planning office, breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, family room with fireplace and wet bar, two rear staircases, wood-paneled library with fireplace, an expansive wood-paneled gentleman's lounge with wet bar, a conservatory, four-season porch with fireplace and BBQ station, three-car garage, lower level recreation room with wet bar and aquarium, wine cellar, home theater with stadium seating, game room, well-equipped home gym with juice bar, and much more. Outdoor features include two gated entrances, motor and parking courts, terraces and patios, formal gardens, swimming pool with spa, a separate spa, tennis court and putting green, and a pool house with kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom, and detached three-car garage.


























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1 comment:

  1. It's beautiful, inside and out. The solid brick construction fairly drips with detailing appropriate to its style. Inside, it's a riot of arts and crafts. Beautiful millwork, cabinetry, paneling, window and door framing, ceiling treatments, ornate fireplaces, and so forth. Every room is blessed with finely done focal points - the eye candy never ends. The large lot is nicely manicured and well kept.

    One big-ass gripe. A 3 car garage? Kidding me? I've seen 3 car garages on entry-level tract houses. Is it detached so that the residents get to walk (and carry their groceries) through inclement weather to get to the house? Is that just to keep them humble? Gee, do ya think the mogul and his family that can afford a ten million dollar mansion might have more than three rides? I bet Daddy and Mommy have half a dozen between them. And the kids .... And guests .... And I'll bet this family isn't driving Corollas, Civics and Sentras. I rather think they'd like to park their Bimmers, Benzes, Vettes and Bentleys INDOORS. Cars are as American as guns. Architects must make adequate provision for accommodating them. At least one space per bedroom is a good start.

    Enough ranting. This is a splendid estate. Too bad it's in the crime-ridden hellhole of St. Louis. It could be worse - it could be in Newsom's CA or Cuomo's NY. Bottom Line: it's well worth the asking price.

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