Live Like a King in This $10.7 Million Ladue Home For Sale Now


In the market for a 30,000-square-foot mansion equipped with sixteen fireplaces, fourteen bathrooms, a bowling alley and a movie theater? You're in luck!

For a scant $10,750,000 asking price, the castle at 1700 South Warson Road in Ladue can be yours. Built in 1999 for pharmaceutical magnate Dennis M. Jones and his wife Judy, the sprawling estate was purchased just one year before Jones sold his company, Jones Pharma, for $3.4 billion dollars. At the time of its construction it was the largest house in the entire St. Louis area. Jones, who passed away in September at 78 years old, was a frequent donor to the Republican party -- in keeping, both presidents Bush have stayed at this home.

Suitable for two presidents, fit for a king and equipped with an elevator, hot tub, sauna, tennis court and indoor pool, this charming house would be a perfect starter home for you and your family. Buy now before someone else snatches it up! All photos and information are courtesy of Estately and the Coldwell Banker Gundaker real estate team.

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