This Converted Firehouse Downtown Is a St. Louis Dream Home [PHOTOS]

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Built in 1919, Engine House No. 32 is a real beauty. Located in downtown St. Louis near the Schlafly Tap Room and just down the block from the new soccer stadium, the location couldn’t be better.

The building is on the National Registry of Historic Places but the former firehouse has been converted into a loft and a multi-use space. The first floor is currently an art gallery and garage. The second floor has been built out into a beautiful open living space that includes skylights, fifteen-foot ceilings and original pine floors.

The loft also includes a gorgeous spiral staircase that offers access to the rooftop and what the listing describes as “panoramic views of the city.”

For more information on this $899,000 property, visit the listing page or contact Ted Wight of
Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty at 314-725-0009.

Photos by Zillow.com