This Beautiful Home Was Designed by the Same Guy Who Designed Union Station [PHOTOS]

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German-American newspaper publisher and architect Theodore Link designed many buildings in St. Louis, including Union Station and the Barr Branch of the St. Louis Public Library. Clearly, he was a man with timeless taste. His buildings are still stunning more than a century later.

He also built this home on West Cabanne Place for himself in 1891. Located in the West End, this three-story house has seven bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and almost 5,000 square feet of living space.

Though there have been many renovations done to the house, the new design mingles with the old design here in a cohesive, pleasing way. In this home, the Viking appliances look as great as the original staircase, the custom cabinets compliment the historical millwork and the quartz countertops gleam just as brightly as the stained glass windows.

For more information on this $395,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Tara Hacker of Garcia Properties at 314-353-0336.

Photos by Realtor.com