Eric Greitens is Leaving St. Louis — And Now You Can Buy His Kickass CWE Mansion
Eric Greitens is getting out of St. Louis.
The Missouri governor and his wife, Sheena, have put their Central West End home, located at 4522 Maryland Avenue, on the market. The 4,024-square-foot home is described on Estately.com as a "stately & elegant manse" and one of the neighborhood's "finest looking residences" -- and it could be yours ... if you happen to have an extra $695,000 lying around.
The listing states that the four bedroom, five bathroom home has a covered porch, original stained glass windows and chandeliers along with newer windows and an updated kitchen with granite and stainless steel. The extra-fancy people among us will appreciate the extra sitting room attached to the master bedroom, and those who like a little privacy while they're primping will love that bathrooms have either been
updated or added to the home. There's also a third floor with bedrooms, bathrooms and rec rooms. A deck, fenced yard and a detached two-car garage can be found outside.
The Greitens reside in the Governor's mansion in Jefferson City, and back in April they bought a home in Innsbrook in Warren County. According to the Post-Dispatch, gubernatorial aides hinted that the Greitens wanted a private home closer to Jefferson City. Their Central West End went on the market June 20.
Interestingly, Greitens dedicated a news conference on July 10 to unveiling an enforcement-heavy plan to combat crime in St. Louis. The night before, he praised new state troopers and warned that they were about to head into "the most dangerous city in the United States of America" before riding along with them on their first patrol.
We see how it is, Eric.
All house photos and information courtesy of Estately.