Under $100K Sunday – Circa 1902 Brick Home in Saint Louis, MO Under $80K – Contingent

Located 1.5 miles from the new NGA West Campus, this historic circa 1902 2.5 story single family brick home has an abundance of charm including original wood entry foyer, bench and staircase with stained glass window, and a built-in china cabinet adjacent to the kitchen. Hardwood floors cover most of the home, along with an elaborate original tiled hearth on the living room fireplace adds to the charm. Love the natural woodwork. And look, a “Pittsburgh Potty” in the cellar.



If interested in a property, please contact the realtor whose link is provided in red below, or contact an agent of your own choosing. Independent verification of details and status is recommended.

3935 Sullivan Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63107.    $79,900

  • Contact Realtor: Lisa Anderson
  • Brokered by: Flourish Properties, Llc   (314) 266-4888
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Below is a 1904 St. Louis Globe ad for the house. It was selling for $5,250 that year, the equivalent of $172,500 today.


Family History

Walter Funk was the original owner of this home. He lived here with his wife Florence McCullough Funk, her sister and a servant. Sadly, Florence passed away at the age of 39 in the home in 1912.  Walter continued to live in the home until the 1930s, having married Ethel Rohlfing, a woman 20 years his junior. They raised two sons here, James and Walter Junior.  Walter Senior was superintendant of a life insurance company as well as a clerk in Saint Louis Ward 6.


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