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An Aging Venetian Palazzo in the Midwest for Under $2M

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Location: St. Louis, Mo.
Price: $1,900,000
The Skinny: Built in 1902 to mimic the architectural styles of 15th century Venice, this St. Louis mansion offers the chance to live amid well-preserved historic detail, provided the buyer is willing to touch up the place. Wood-paneling, pocket doors, and intricately plastered ceilings all seem to be intact, judging from the listing photos, and while the kitchen looks to have been somewhat crudely renovated, the full Viking range remains a selling point. Listed for $1.9M, the palazzo measures 10,750 square feet and houses eight bedrooms and six bathrooms. A contributor to the local historic district, the main house is joined by a non-contributing detached garage.
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