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  • 5,800,000.00
    City:
    Chesterfield
    Zip Code:
    63005
    Lot size:
    14.81 Acres

    Religious Facility in Chesterfield, MO Available for Sale. 40,431 Square Foot Building was built in 2005 on a roughly 14.81 Acre Site.  The property is zoned Non-Urban District and has over 300 Parking Spaces. The Building features an auditorium/gymnasium that can accommodate up to 965 people, a large lobby area with welcome centers, 3 meeting rooms with movable partitions, a state of the art commercial kitchen on main floor and kitchen area on 2nd floor and multiple classrooms and offices throughout.  The building is fully furnished with TVs, sound system, chairs, tables, office furniture and other miscellaneous furniture items, all of which are included in the sale.  The property also has a significant amount of excess ground for sport fields, outdoor playground, etc. The property backs up to the Spirit of St. Louis Airport and is located only 2 miles from I-64. Property is also available for Lease.

  • 5,800,000.00
    City:
    Chesterfield
    Zip Code:
    63005
    Lot size:
    14.81 Acres

    Religious Facility in Chesterfield, MO Available for Sale. 40,431 Square Foot Building was built in 2005 on a roughly 14.81 Acre Site.  The property is zoned Non-Urban District and has over 300 Parking Spaces. The Building features an auditorium/gymnasium that can accommodate up to 965 people, a large lobby area with welcome centers, 3 meeting rooms with movable partitions, a state of the art commercial kitchen on main floor and kitchen area on 2nd floor and multiple classrooms and offices throughout.  The building is fully furnished with TVs, sound system, chairs, tables, office furniture and other miscellaneous furniture items, all of which are included in the sale.  The property also has a significant amount of excess ground for sport fields, outdoor playground, etc. The property backs up to the Spirit of St. Louis Airport and is located only 2 miles from I-64. Property is also available for Lease.

  • 5,700,000.00
    City:
    Hazelwood
    Zip Code:
    63042
    Lot size:
    95 Acres

    95+/- Acres. Location is great for industrial/commercial warehouses. Industrial business park nearby. Close to highway, airport, and river.

  • 5,700,000.00
    City:
    Hazelwood
    Zip Code:
    63042
    Lot size:
    95 Acres

    95+/- Acres. Location is great for industrial/commercial warehouses. Industrial business park nearby. Close to highway, airport, and river.

  • 5,599,000.00
    City:
    St Louis
    Zip Code:
    63124
    Bedrooms:
    5
    Bathrooms:
    7 + 3
    Lot size:
    3.4 Acres

    Remarkable Ladue Estate with 3.4 acres of privacy off Litzsinger Road offers 5 bedrooms & 11 baths. Built in 2007, this stunningly designed home was created to mirror majestic 18th century castles of the Loire Valley in France. An expansive foyer with freestanding circular staircase welcomes you & your guests with views through span of doorways flanking the rear corridor, the adjoining 2 story dining room with mezzanine level library, study/den, parlor & main level billiard/bar room. The award winning chefs kitchen is sure to please with adj hearth room. Main level master with dual baths & walk-ins. Terraces and patios surround home. On the upper level there is an upper grand suite, 2 additional en suites, housekeeper suite, & 2nd laundry.Expansive pool & spa have adjoining cabana & full bath. 5 car garage. Entertainers paradise. Lower level gym, rec room, snack bar, wine cellar & room, 2 baths. Over 15,000 sq ft of total living space. Property has been featured in many publications.

  • 5,599,000.00
    City:
    St Louis
    Zip Code:
    63124
    Bedrooms:
    5
    Bathrooms:
    7 + 3
    Lot size:
    3.4 Acres

    Remarkable Ladue Estate with 3.4 acres of privacy off Litzsinger Road offers 5 bedrooms & 11 baths. Built in 2007, this stunningly designed home was created to mirror majestic 18th century castles of the Loire Valley in France. An expansive foyer with freestanding circular staircase welcomes you & your guests with views through span of doorways flanking the rear corridor, the adjoining 2 story dining room with mezzanine level library, study/den, parlor & main level billiard/bar room. The award winning chefs kitchen is sure to please with adj hearth room. Main level master with dual baths & walk-ins. Terraces and patios surround home. On the upper level there is an upper grand suite, 2 additional en suites, housekeeper suite, & 2nd laundry.Expansive pool & spa have adjoining cabana & full bath. 5 car garage. Entertainers paradise. Lower level gym, rec room, snack bar, wine cellar & room, 2 baths. Over 15,000 sq ft of total living space. Property has been featured in many publications.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    7
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

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