See Inside Historic City Museum Loft Once Owned by Museum Founder
Love City Museum in St. Louis? Well, now here's your chance to live in a loft that the founder of City Museum once owned.
Bob Cassilly's personal loft located within the City Museum building is on the market, and it's just as unique as City Museum. With curves, unique wall designs, and tunnels for kids (and adults) the loft is just as fun as the museum. To be honest, I had no idea that there were lofts available in the building, but riverfronttimes.com describes City Museum as more than just a museum.
In addition to the fantastic rooftop play area (which includes a massive slide and has a school bus hanging off the roof), there are lofts and business areas on the top floors that have been a mystery to most visitors for the 25 years the City Museum has been open.
It seems that no one really has even seen what's beyond the wall of the museum until now. Take a look at Bob Cassilly's loft on the market for $450,000. You can see throughout the entire loft Cassilly's personal touches that would make this loft a fun place to call home.
See Inside City Museum Loft That Could Be Yours
If you've never been to City Museum it's such an odd, weird 10-story funhouse for the whole family.
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