The Historic Green Parrot Inn Is For Sale in Kirkwood [PHOTOS]

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Step back in time with a look at Kirkwood’s historic Green Parrot Inn.

Built by Bopp in 1915, the house served as a restaurant from 1938 all the way through 1983 and was known for its family-style dinners that included comfort food like crispy fried chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes and Parker House rolls with honey butter.

The restaurant served generations of people all across St. Louis and welcomed many families into its 5,000 square feet of space for destination dining. The house also spent some time as a speakeasy and that large recreation room in the lower level must've hosted some swingin' good times.

After the restaurant closed, the Green Parrot Inn was converted into a single-family home, but it still retains all of its historic charm. The Craftsman style, two-story home has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms and a three-car garage.

The home is crafted from limestone (which was quarried on the property) and includes a circular driveway, a three-season porch, wood floors, a Wolf stovetop, a walk-in closet and more.

For more information on this $875,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Anne Dunajcik of Red Key Realty Leaders at 314-965-5000.

Photos by Red Key Realty Leaders