I was walking in Forest Park the other day and was reflecting on the many advantages that we enjoy from living in the Central West End. The park itself is clearly one of the most obvious benefits which we enjoy. By walking or cycling only two blocks to Forest Park, Amy and I are in the midst of the park’s 1,300-acre tranquil beauty, complete with ponds, lakes, bridges, fountains, walking trails and cycling paths. When we ask people why the
Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt recently represented the buyers of a wonderful Georgian Colonial house in historic Compton Heights, 3224 Longfellow Boulevard. The home, built in 1921, was beautifully-updated with recent bathrooms and a gorgeous kitchen. It has a fabulous yard, with many mature trees and a classic pergola in the rear yard. Even though the home is not located in the Central West End proper, it has the same fine historical
Central West End real estate specialists Paul and Amy Mittelstadt recently represented the buyers of this gorgeous CWE cooperative apartment located at the fabulously-updated 801 S. Skinker high rise building. This unit, 8-B, overlooks the tree tops of beautiful Forest Park. The building is a Mid-Century Modern classic, with a stunning glass exterior and a fabulous roof deck overlooking the St. Louis’s Central West End and Clayton.
Central West End top Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt just sold their CWE condo listing at Lindell Place Condominium, 4454 Lindell Blvd., #19. This unit is located in the heart of the Central West End, directly across from the outstanding Cathedral Basilica, and only 1.5 blocks from the shops, cafes and restaurants along the CWE’s Euclid Avenue. The sale price was $218,500, or over $185 per square foot, which is a very good price for an ol
Paul and Amy Mittelstadt are some of the best Realtors in the Central West End, having sold and closed on 22 real estate transactions so far in 2014, strictly in the CWE. They currently rank as the Number 1 Central West End Realtors based upon sales volume for not only the past year, but also for year-to-date in 2014.
Over the past seven months in 2014, Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt have been fortunate to participate in many Central West End real estate sales, ranging from $130,000 up to over $1,250,000. In total there have been 15 top residential real estate sales ($740,000 and up) in the CWE since the beginning of 2014, and Paul and Amy have sold si
CWE Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt just represented their buyers in the purchase of a magnificent Art Nouveau masterpiece at 5045 Westminster Place. This gorgeous Central West End home sold for $775,000. Being CWE experts, Paul and Amy love to work with buyers and show them all of the incredible architecture available in the neighborhood. Paul and Amy represented these buyers, who had not lived in the CWE prior to this purchase, and carefully guided them through the details of purchasing a 100+ year-old historic home. Here is a brief description of the property from the Multi
Top Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt just represented the buyers in the purchase of a fabulous CWE Tudor Revival home at 38 Kingsbury Place. The sale price was $1,239,000. This Central West End mansion has over 5,700 square feet in the main house, plus another 1,400 square feet in a gorgeously-finished carriage house. Here is a more detailed description of the property from the Multiple Listing Service:
Top CWE Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt just sold their listing at 4474 Laclede for $474,500, which is 97% of the $489,000 listing price. This Central West End home has a superb location, being just one block from Euclid Avenue, and just one block from the Washington University Medical Center. The home is also just two blocks from beautiful Forest Park. Here is their description of this CWE historic home from MLS:
Top Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt just sold a beautiful townhouse condo located at 114 West Pine Place, immediately next to the new City Walk and Whole Foods building being constructed at the corner of West Pine and Euclid. West Pine Place consists of 14 condo townhomes in a courtyard setting. They were built in 1978 by developer Jerry King, who in 1999 also developed the 15-unit West Pine Court townhomes directly across the street f