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CCBF REALTORS® Showcase Sunday April 2nd

March 28, 2006 Events/Meetings, Real Estate, South City 2 Comments

The Carondelet Community Betterment Foundation, better known as CCBF, is holding their annual REALTORS® Showcase this Sunday, April 2nd. CCBF, located at 6408 Michigan St. Louis, MO 63111 (map), is the starting point for tours of homes for sale. I will have a listing of mine open at 6600 Pennsylvania during the Showcase hours of 11am to 3pm (view MLS listing w/pictures).

Carondelet is a great area with a wide variety of architecture. Plus, for those that think St. Louis is flat then you need to go for a walk in the area.

Be sure to check out the grounds of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. I don’t know if they will have the motherhouse open for tours on Sunday, most likely not. If you’ve not seen this stunning facility then you should check it on the first or third thursdays of the month at 10am. Reservation information is on their webpage linked above.

Further south is the St. Boniface National Register Historic District.

On a related note, the Dutchtown South Community Corporation (DSCC) is holding their “Discover Dutchtown Home Showcase.” on the last day in April. This real estate open house will be from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday April 30, 2006.

– Steve


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  1. Judy says:

    Thanks for posting the REALTOR’s showcases in Carondelet and Dutchtown neighborhoods.
    We should all promote our homes for sale to keep the renaissance going in St Louis. I will attend.

    WAY TO GO STEVE ! ! !
    Thanks again, Judy

  2. Susan says:

    Also, the Central Carondelet National Register Historic District was just listed. Its boundaries are roughly Loughborough on the north, Alabama on the west, S. Broadway on the east, and Koeln on the south (picking up where St. Boniface NR district left off). This is big, and it opens up the area to more tax credit opportunities.

    I’m supposed to talk to someone at the Southside Journal (or whatever it is called these days) this week, so there should be a story on it next Wed. I know most people toss the Journal in the garbage, but they do cover stories like these that are of particular interest to city residents, that the Post doesn’t always bother with.


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