Rare Ralph Fournier-Designed House in Chesterfield Is 50 Shades of Brown [PHOTOS]


St. Louisians love houses built by architect Ralph Fournier. And this Fournier is in a rare spot, which makes it extra special. The retro home is located in Chesterfield, far from its celebrated gang of brother and sister Fornier houses in Crestwood.

The house was built in 1964, way back when Chesterfield was practically the wild west. And though it’s been upgraded in a few places (including a newer heater and HVAC), the house retains all of its original charm.

It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and is 2,751 square feet of brown. Yes, brown. There are at least 50 shades of brown represented in this house. Everything in this house is brown from top to bottom. In the photos provided, we spy exactly one thing in the house that isn’t some version of brown. Can you find it?

For more information on this $600,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Jen Svoboda of Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty at 314-725-0009.

Photos by Realtor.com