St. Louis real estate consultant Brittany Harris takes Malik Wilson through this beautiful executive estate.
Ever since I was a child, I’ve always been fascinated by tours of large, luxurious homes…and now that I’m an adult, that love has only grown.
For this reason, I decided to start a new series here in the show called “The Incredible Home Tour” where I’ll take you all to high-end homes and ones that simply tell a story and let you learn more about the ins and outs.
This private Wildwood estate in the Rockwood School District has over four acres of your own private property bordered by both common ground and Babler State Park.
St. Louis Real Estate Advisor, Brittney Harris, joined me to explain what all this luxury home has to offer.
It’s an entertainer’s dream, with a pool, hot tub, finished basement, movie theater, wine cellar, fireplace, wet bar that includes a sink, dishwasher, an oven, drinks fridge and warming drawers. In addition, an outdoor entertaining area which not only includes a beautiful stone deck surrounding the pool, but also a large covered back porch and a beautiful IPE wood deck with indoor and outdoor sound system and views from inside of the house through the large panoramic windows overlooking the pool and beautiful landscaping
There is also a hiking and biking trail in the valley. Almost 75 acres of common land which is owned by all owners of the lot and serves as a private park like feature which preserves views, land and privacy.
The house is part of the Wildhorse Spring Farm subdivision. The land was family land dating back to the 1930s, and the family chose to develop the 174 acres in a way that allowed the beauty and integrity of the land to remain preserved and to be the homes located throughout to enjoy the views and the features and the space and privacy of the land. While maintaining a density of three acres and large areas of common ground throughout.