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What you will love about this home
Welcome to my two story condominium with a private entrance that opens to a shared side yard. The building was a single family home that has been converted to condos.
There are 2 bedrooms (queen beds in both) and 2 full baths; one bedroom and bath on the first floor, the other bed and bath on the second floor.
A group of 4 would be most comfortable; 5 or 6 is tight. There is a double air bed that can be set up in either of the bedrooms if requested. There is not a separate dining room, but the console table in living area opens up to dining table for 6, plenty of space to do so.
Convenient work area on second floor. If you requested the blow up bed in the upstairs bedroom, you lose the office area. Washer and dryer also located on the second floor.
My condo has zoned heating and cooling; one system services first floor and another for the second floor. There is street parking.
The entire unit is bright and very comfortable. This is my primary residence and I thoroughly enjoy the space. Hope you do as well!
I prefer to accept stays with minimum of 3 nights. On stays using guest points I do charge a $75 cleaning fee.
What you will love about this neighborhood
Soulard is a very popular historic district south of downtown St. Louis. It is a residential neighborhood known for the beautiful architecture and the historic Soulard Market. Anhueser Busch's headquarters is just 2 blocks away; they have a great tour. Depending on the day you might see the Clydesdales and dalmatians romping outside the Stables as you walk down the street. There are several restaurants within walking distance: Peacemaker Lobster and Crab is right around the corner, Frazer's Restaurant and Sidney Street Cafe are each about 4 blocks away. You can also walk to several coffee shops and bars that serve typical bar food, some with live music. There are shuttles to the many sporting events and concerts leaving from establishments within walking distance. Our local grocer, Vincent's, is 4 blocks away if you need any supplies.
St. Louis is home to many beautiful parks. I can walk to several; Pontiac Park, Benton Park and Lyons Park. Lafayette Park and Tower Grove Park, two of my favorites, are just a short drive away. Forest Park was site of the 1904 World’s Fair. Within Forest Park you will find one of the best zoos in the country, great art museum, golf course, outdoor Muny Opera, paddle boats to rent for the lake, and much more. Missouri Botanical Gardens is a favorite spot of mine. For children and families there are many activities: City Museum, the Magic House, the Arch, Union Station and Six Flags.
Being centrally located, there are some fantastic day trips. Marquette Park, Big Springs State Park, Elephant Rock State Park, Mark Twain National Park, Montauk State Park are all worthy of a visit. Kansas City is a 4 hour drive away. Branson is a little less than 4 hours. Lake of the Ozarks is between 3-4 hour drive. Chicago is a 5 hour drive or train ride away.
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