3617 Grandel Square

St Louis, MO 63108

Neighborhood: Downtown St Louis

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A prime example of 19th-century architecture, EarthWays Home is housed in the Grand Center district and is the home of an environmental advocacy group. School participants are educated in recycling consciousness, energy efficiency, water conservation and other environmental concerns. The Victorian-style decor and design are enhanced by an elegant garden, cared for by the Missouri Botanical Garden . Built in 1885 and restored in 1993, the 4,500 square-feet, three-storey building has become a must-see tour stop. Tours are by appointment only.

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