As a Central West End specialist, Amy along with her husband/partner Paul, has sold 237 homes in Central West End residential real estate transactions alone since 2010, ranking them as the most successful residential team in the CWE. Demonstrating expertise in matching client needs with market opportunities, Amy has become proficient in assisting local industry employers who are recruiting new talent to St. Louis. She works closely with recruiting professionals to not only help candidates find a home, but to also discover all the great things about living in St. Louis.
Prior to her career in real estate, Amy was a successful designer. Her artistic eye, years of practical experience, and relationships with reliable contractors enable Amy to strategically guide sellers as they prepare and stage their homes. Her skill set is also and asset to buyers as they envision themselves in potential new residences.
Amy is a proud member of Forest Park Forever, the Central West End Association, TrailNet, Landmarks Association, Missouri Botanical Garden, and the St. Louis Art Museum
In addition to her community activities, Amy’s personal interests include arts and architecture, bicycling, travel and Latin dance.
If you’ve ever lived in or purchased a home in the Central West End, chances are the Mittelstadts have sold it (at least once!). With hundreds and hundreds of sales in the 63108 zip code, Paul and Amy have a proven track record of success as their team leads real estate sales in the CWE year after year. If you are looking for an experienced team to help you buy or sell your home, call one of the CWE Experts: 314-566-3098 (Amy) or 314-616-1111 (Paul). We’d love to hear from you!
As an architecture enthusiast, Amy can’t imagine a better St. Louis neighborhood for architecturally significant structures. Here is her top ten …
- Park Plaza building
- Washington Terrace Entrance gates
- Cathedral Basilica
- Forest Park Jewel Box
- Art museum (new addition)
- Forest Park Victorian bridge
- #1 Portland Place (white stone mansion on North side of Portland Place at Kingshighway)
- Park Royal Apartment building (north side of Lindell)
- Euclid Hall (building on Euclid where Left Bank Books is located)