This Stylish, Historic House Has a Badass Gym in the Garage [PHOTOS]

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It’s not often that a house on the National Register of Historic Places has modern amenities like a full gym, but this home is special. It even has a name.

Called the “Harry Hammerman House” this mid-century modern masterpiece was named after its architect. The house was built in 1952 and was recently renovated and expanded by Ray Simon. The Harry Hammerman House has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and is a relaxed and spacious 2,633 square feet.

In addition to new walnut flooring and floor-to ceiling windows, the house also features a wood-burning fireplace, granite counters, a soaking tub, high-end appliances in the kitchen and an oversized three-car garage.

The huge garage also functions as a spacious gym area with plenty of space for a treadmill, bike, trampoline, two weights areas and more.

To find out more about this $999,000 Ladue property, visit the listing page or contact Ted Wight at Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty at 314-725-0009.

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