Start Your Own Commune in This Unique St. Louis Building [PHOTOS]
Built in 1953, this retro building in Benton Park West was designed for early education. The space has the large rooms and natural light that are the hallmarks of mid-century design, but it also has a cozy charm about it that will make visitors of all ages and type feel welcome.
The building is zoned as “neighborhood commercial” and as advertised as a possible live/work space. Or as a space for art studios. Or as an Airbnb. Or for education. Or for “commercial gardening.” (Does that mean weed?) Basically, it’s an ideal space to start your new commune.
In addition to the residential great room and kitchen, the building has a commercial kitchen, three full bathrooms, three half-bathrooms, a fireplace and a zoned industrial HVAC system.
And with 6,700 square feet of space available, you’ll have more than enough room for you and all of your followers to chant or do tie-dye or plot your world takeover together. Family first. Always.
For more information on this $355,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Stephanie Nelson Pondrom of Coldwell Banker Realty - Gundaker at 314-351-6005.
Photos by Corey Boyles Photography