May 23, 2017

Moving? Yes, there’s an app for that!

So, now that you’ve closed on your beautiful new Central West End home, it’s time to pack up your belongings and MOVE.  It’s the kind of process that you forget is so awful until you have to do it again.  You may look around your current home and think to yourself “It’s not that bad. […]

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October 24, 2016

Owning the Best CWE Real Estate

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 […]

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October 16, 2016

CWE Experts Paul and Amy Mittelstadt Sell Luxury Condo Listing for $1,065,000

Amy and I just successfully marketed and sold our fabulous penthouse listing located at 4200 Laclede Avenue, Unit 301.  The property is located in the 4200 Laclede Condominium, a Central West End (CWE) 18-unit luxury development which is sometimes referred to as the Luyties Lofts.  The building was constructed in 1915 as a totally concrete […]

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June 1, 2016

Top Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt Sell 7425 Byron Place

Amy and I were thrilled to represent the buyers of this gorgeous older home located in the Moorlands neighborhood in Clayton.  We had just sold the purchasers’ house in the Central West End (CWE), and then were able to find them this wonderful new property near the popular Glenridge Elementary School.  The home has excellent […]

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December 31, 2014

36 Kingsbury Place, St. Louis MO sells for $1,100,000

CWE Realtors Paul and Amy Mittelstadt sold this elegant private-place home in December, 2014 for $1,100,000.  The sale price of just over $213 per square foot is an excellent high price for a Central West End single-family home.  Kingsbury Place is one of the premier private streets in the CWE, with an elegant landscaped parkway […]

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December 1, 2013

CWE Real Estate: Is it Electric?

One person feels that it is indeed electric.  In a recent article published in the St. Louis Business Journal, writer Joe Schlafly talks about a new current of creative electricity that is flowing through St. Louis, starting at the Gateway Arch and moving westward.  Schlafly is on the Board of Directors of Innovate St. Louis […]

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