NestBeyond Senior Living Facilities

Built with Love: The Magic Chef Mansion

In 1908, Charles Stockstrom built a mansion in St. Louis, MO that he later renamed Magic Chef. The name change was fitting, as the company employed 2,000 people. It is a historic property that has been meticulously restored to its original elegance. The setting is a beautiful example of early twentieth-century architecture and serves as a reminder of the city’s rich history.

The property can now be utilized by the general public for various occasions. The main house features original lighting fixtures, period furnishings, and stunning architectural details. The grounds of the mansion include manicured gardens and a variety of outbuildings, including a carriage house and a gazebo. Moreover, it also has a large outdoor patio and garden area that is perfect for hosting events. The facility is a truly unique event venue that is perfect for elegant weddings, corporate events, family reunions, birthday parties, wedding anniversaries, historical gatherings, photo sessions, film viewings, high tea, holiday celebrations, cocktail parties, al fresco luncheons, high society barbecues, fundraisers, retirement parties, whiskey or wine tastings. The mansion staff is dedicated to making your event magical and memorable.

It is currently owned by the Landmarks Association of St. Louis and is free for public tours. The locality features a variety of incredible spaces, including the main hall, a dining room, a conservatory, a music room, and a game room. The home spans over 10,000 square feet and has a number of unique and opulent features, including an ante hall with a grand staircase, a library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, a dining room with a massive chandelier, and a conservatory with stained glass windows. The mansion also boasts a music room with a grand piano, a bowling alley, and a wine cellar. These stunning, distinctive spaces give an insight into the affluent way of life that prevailed in the early 20th century. On the first Saturday afternoon of every month, April through November, tours are given of the main floor of the house. Private tours are available for booking upon request. The site is also available for rental for weddings and other special occasions.

If you’re interested in exploring St. Louis’s history, the Magic Chef Mansion is a must-see. This incredible property offers a glimpse into the city’s past and is sure to leave you amazed and inspired. If you are searching for a setting for an event that is truly one of a kind, you should look no further than this location.

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