St. Louis Mansion With Original Speakeasy From Prohibition Era Listed for $2.2M

An historic St. Louis mansion that once served as an entertainment hub during the Prohibition era has hit the market for $2.25 million.

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The home features what listing agents calls a "gated backyard oasis" with a built-in pool and spa.
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The Waterford Crystal Chandelier was gift to the home in the early 1900s from the Waterford family, according to the listing. "It’s one of the most remarkable pieces to the entire home," the homeowner said.
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