Circa 1926: Architect/owner has excellently maintained and creatively renovated this desirable Ames Place home, keeping historical details intact. Center hall entry with great flow. Distinctive features include French doors, stained glass, hardwood floors, barrel vaulted ceilings, custom millwork, built-in bookcases, a stairwell skylight and cool third-floor reading nook. Kitchen has newer SS appliances and is tiled with one-of-a-kind, Spanish handmade “medieval trades” tiles. Separate living and dining rooms. Large primary bedroom with sitting area, a walk-in closet and en-suite bath. Two additional bedrooms share Jack & Jill bath and walk-in closet. Large family room/playroom/office in basement and full bath. Screened porch overlooks private backyard and a gardener’s paradise—with a stream flowing through beds of colorful perennials. Tree lined streets, walkable lifestyle, close to Forest Park, Delmar Loop, Washington University, and easy access to highways and mass transit.