Historic House Listings

Rand Mansion. That billiards room! Over 10,000 square feet in Missouri. $1,490,000

July 25, 2018

This sure was fun to look at! Rand Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed by renowned architect Theodore Link who also designed Union Station. Built in 1912 and located on .98 acres in Saint Louis, Missouri. Carriage house behind the home with guest quarters upstairs and six car garage below. Ten bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 10,239 square feet. $1,890,000 New price: $1,499,999

From the Zillow listing:


Est. 1912. A rare chance to own a prestigious piece of St. Louis history! Known as the Rand Mansion, this home is on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed by renown architect Theodore Link, who also designed Union Station. Old World elegance meets today’s modern conveniences and luxuries in this sprawling, 10,000+sq ft. completely renovated U. City masterpiece. Enter the stunning entry foyer and notice the sweeping staircase, gorgeous hardwood floors, soaring ceilings, and stately crown molding/millwork. This home was created for exquisite entertaining with its open floor plan and many gathering spaces such as formal LR, billiard room, library, conservatory, and private movie theater! Sensational gourmet eat-in kitchen boasts a center island, built-in panelled appliances, elegant cabinetry and range/hood, and built-in pantry with glass doors. Many more sophisticated updates throughout! Carriage house in back w/guest suite over 6 car garage. This estate has it all!

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