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The embodiment of a life well lived! Beautifully situated on nearly 2-acres, you will be in awe from the moment you arrive. An exceptional blend of classic details, chic finishes and fixtures, and an incredibly functional/liveable floorplan. With equally inviting formal and informal spaces, family and friends will flock — and you better like company, because they may never want to leave! Unrivaled amenities include a Sommelier-worthy 2000 bottle wine cellar, turf putting green, tennis court, pool with sun shelf, and lower level athlete’s playground. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime offering on this esteemed gated lane in Town and Country.

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR | RESIDE VOL. 8.1

I am soon to be 62... In years that is. But one of the valuable lessons I’ve learned in this life is that it is not measured in years, months, or days. It’s measured in memories, episodes, and events. Some of my most formative years were spent in the ’60s. I am the quintessential Baby Boomer. Yep, I’m the one our incredible millennials joke about. And most of the time they are right. I own it! My idiosyncrasies have earned me every one of their labels.

Normal is Always New Kerry S. Brooks | President, CEO

All the years of my life are punctuated by events emblazoned on my psyche like so many colorful tattoos. I was five when JFK was assassinated. I watched his funeral on our black and white TV eating a peanut butter sandwich. I was ten when MLK was martyred and Bobby was killed, eleven when we walked on the moon. And although I was very young, I was old enough to realize that “Times, they were a changin’,” and those moments were etched into my impressionable memory. I remember the ‘70s, you bet I do. College meant freedom… gas lines and bell bottoms, Watergate and hostages, JAWS and polyester. Women rose up, disco got down… and that was the new normal. The 80s meant adulthood and more epic moments. Great walls fell, and so did the stock market. Shoulder pads were everywhere, and so was the impact of AIDS. Chernobyl was catastrophic, Exxon spilled its oil, and the Challenger crew “slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God.” And that was the new normal. The ’90s brought us peace, prosperity, grunge and the

internet. A bombing in OKC, and a shooting at Columbine. Hubble was launched, the Human Genome Project began, and “Life was like a box of chocolates.” And this… was the new normal. The 2000s brought us the hype of Y2K, and the searing visual of planes hitting buildings. Another endless war, and the end of Enron. Hanging chad, and a bubble bursting. Media became social and earthquakes became tsunamis. Lincoln was immortalized at the box office and Black Panther became a game-changer. And this, now, was the new normal. Now, normal is new… again. I can hear my young staff saying now as they read this article… “Okay Boomer, make your point.” Have no fear, my point is here, and this is it. There is no such thing as normal. This normal that we are experiencing now is only new for a short time, and mark my words, if history is our teacher then believe me when I say, we will weather this new storm. Many, far too many have been lost, it’s true. But have no doubt… people will be saved, over and over and over again… because good people have risen up to make it so. Empathy WILL prevail, and as in decades past, our better angels will show themselves. And one day, hopefully sooner than later, we will gather at a favorite restaurant and celebrate a new day… we will don our favorite jerseys, cheer for the home team and heckle a rival in a fan packed stadium or a high school ball field… we will bury a loved one and bless a newborn… and we will hug and thank a first responder face to maskless face… and we will join hands and once again acknowledge what the good book says, “To everything, there is a season.” Take it from a Boomer… I know some things… because I’ve seen some things. R


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JEWEL INTENTIONS

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WHISKY COLLECTORS — A GUIDE TO STARTING YOUR COLLECTION

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BANKSY — NEW WORKS WHILE IN LOCKDOWN

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THRILL RIDES — WORKS OF SUSPENSE

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LIVE MONT BLANC

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AND THE YOUNG SHALL LEAD THEM

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WHY THESE S AT U R AT E D S H A D E S SET A LUXURIOUS TONE FOR INTERIORS


Emerald green, sapphire blue, ruby red—jewel tones have a depth as rich as the stones from which they take their cue. “The energy of these colors—in all of their saturated glory—is recalibrating the palettes for interiors, replacing the ‘greige,’ milky, and muted tones of the past few years,” says Jane Landino, creative head of London-based Taylor Howes Designs. “More homeowners and designers are taking risks and experimenting with color,” says Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at paint company Sherwin-Williams. “Color palettes are evolving to include a wider variety of hues.” Glamour, drama, and dimension—jewel tones have myriad effects, Landino says. They “add a feeling of luxuriousness in a scheme, be it a rich burgundy velvet-lined cinema room or a teal blue wool blanket, making it feel cozy and intimate,” she says. “Jewel-toned interiors just feel more interesting.”

STRATEGIC TOUCHES If you’re nervous about strong colors overwhelming a space, simply adding small touches—a sofa or accent chair, a table lamp, sofa cushions, or vases in jewel tones, offset with artwork in similar hues to

tie it all together—can lend a pop of color and personality into a more neutral space, Landino says. “Velvets and satins translate beautifully in jewel tones because of the sheen and richness of the fabric—and woven patterns also help to create a timeless feel,” says New Jersey-based interior designer Karen B. Wolf. “Deep navy hues are a new neutral, so upholstering a large sofa in a jewel tone like navy is a safe way to create a base to pop other accents off of and to ground the room.” In the same respect, if you just can’t dedicate all walls to a bold tone, opt for an accent wall, paint kitchen cabinets or islands, window shutters, or the front door, Wadden says. Or, incorporate touches like throw pillows, blankets, and rugs that you can easily switch out. Erika Woelfel, color expert at Behr Paint, suggests layering your cabinets in a rich emerald hue and adding antique brass fixtures and black décor to enhance the drama. Dining rooms, home offices, or powder rooms make great spaces to experiment with color, since they’re rooms we spend less time in than, say, a bedroom or living room, Wadden says.

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GOING BOLD

PAIRING MAKES PERFECT

Jewel tones “lend themselves well to maximalist looks where rich colors, textures, and patterns are layered in an eclectic room setting,” Woelfel says. “Bold hues like deep sapphire, indigo, and emerald typically feel a touch more formal and can transform a room into a cozy space for relaxation or enhance visual interest for entertaining.”

Don’t be afraid to pair multiple jewel tones together, Woelfel says. “Rather than using just one shade in a room, try using two or three varying shades of the same color.” You can also opt for complementary color families and use two colors that are directly opposite of each other on the color wheel, such as sapphire and gold, Woelfel notes.

Consider layering different shades from the same color family, such as cobalt and navy or hunter green and emerald for a monochromatic look, Woelfel says. “Paint walls, trim, and molding the same color and sheen for a seamless background, and if you’re wanting to soften the look of the space, add a warm neutral,” she says.

“Jewel tones always work best when paired together with colors of equal depth. For example, rich sapphire blue color blocks work well with complementary colors like citrine, amethyst, and emerald green for an ideal pairing,” Landino says.

Landino prefers using bold color combinations in smaller, darker spaces to make an impact. “For a recent project, we installed a paneled study in a dark petrol blue complete with matching leather-covered window shutters, as well as a Moroccan-inspired garnet red cinema room with a sapphire blue starry night sky and overscaled patterned fabric walling,” she notes. “A simple and effective way to go bold is to add a strong color to a ceiling, which you could follow onto the walls and skirting. Darker colors recede and will actually make a room look larger,” Landino says.

Wadden’s favorite finishes to pair with jewel tones are deep woods and warm metallics, such as brass or rose gold. “Together they make a space feel very glam and upscale,” she says. “Alternatively, pairing jewel tones with crisp whites keeps things feeling fresh with a dramatic flair.” R

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1 ABERDEEN PLACE Saint Louis, MO 63105 $985,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/D753R9

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15 LADUE LANE Ladue, MO 63124 $1,899,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/677HXJ

Two-acre estate located in one of Ladue’s premier neighborhoods. Front drive is reminiscent of an English-countryside with a stately brick wall that encloses the motor court. 4-car garage. Main floor laundry. 5 brand new HVAC units.

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IN THE MIDST OF EVERY CRISIS... Real estate for me has always been a lifetime goal and a dream of mine to make a full-time career but the financial reality is I needed to do my new passion and my full-time career simultaneously. I have been in the same industry for most of my adult life, as a gym owner, an event producer, coach, and most recently corporate sales for the largest cheerleading event company in the world. When COVID-19 abruptly shut down all sporting events and essentially the sale of these events, my employer made tough decisions offering furlough options and unfortunately terminating positions for long time staff members. This decision for me could have been a huge financial disaster and believe me, I have been

through some tough storms as a business owner but this one could have easily crushed my spirit and rocked my confidence. This wasn’t part of my plan, I needed more time to get my real estate business going before this salary disappeared. I have been investing every spare dollar to start my real estate business but it still takes time. This was a decision I wouldn’t have made on my own during this calendar year, but the amazing part of this story is I am taking this opportunity and the pressure of a timeline and making it become part of my success story. I’m looking at the loss of an income as an opportunity to replace it and a challenge to do so. I’m diving in headfirst and learning from the best at Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty and I’m so thankful for a team that believes in me when I needed confidence the most. I’m embracing this change and when I look back in a few years, this pivotal moment will be the best thing that ever happened to me! So, if you, like so many others these days, find yourself in my shoes, let's believe in each other, and that the best lies just ahead! R

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NEW CONSTRUCTION

48 WILLIAMSBURG ROAD Creve Coeur, MO 63141 $1,699,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/D7BYH4

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SAINT LOUIS FASHION FUND UNITES DESIGN COMMUNITY TO MAKE 14,000 FACE MASKS FOR FRONT-LINE WORKERS THE TEAM IS WORKING TO MAKE 14,0 0 0 M A S K S I N 4 5 DAYS BY KELSI ANDERSON, KSDK & RHYAN HENSON KSDK NEWS

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The nonprofit Saint Louis Fashion Fund is working with local fashion designers to make medical masks for those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. Saint Louis Fashion Fund received a $70,000 donation from the family of longtime supporter Michelle Trulaske to fund the project, called "STL Makers Unite For Medical Masks."


FASHION IS A $3.3 BILLION BUSINESS IN ST. LOUIS AND THE JOBS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THEY CREATE ARE VITAL TO OUR CITY!

The fund's designer in residence, Michael Drummond, is recruiting 10 out-of-work sewers to meet the demand. The team will make 14,000 masks in 45 days that meet CDC standards for front-line workers. The masks are reusable after they're sanitized and will be made in three sizes — small for children, and medium and large for adults. They will be used by healthcare workers, grocery store workers and those working in patient care facilities.

The design was overseen by Dr. Kumiko Shimodan, an anesthesiologist with St. Luke’s Hospital. "I am most impressed with the alacrity and heartfelt commitment of Michael and his team in their response to the medical community's urgent need for face masks and to support the local health system," Shimodan said. "It has been a pleasure to provide medical oversight of his thoughtful and durable design

Michael d Drummon and feel confident that his masks will help prevent contamination when one coughs or sneezes and will provide a great reminder to not touch your face." R

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“We were so impressed that Michael and the Fashion Fund could pull together such a significant effort and wanted to do our part. We hope others will rise to the occasion and continue the wonderful work of Michael and his team of stitchers," Trulaske said.

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16150 WILSON MANOR DRIVE Chesterfield, MO 63005 $875,000 — Under Agreement www.dielmannsothebys.com/D28JWP

Prepare to fall in love with this fully updated home nestled perfectly in the wonderful Wilson Manor Neighborhood. This home has it all and is ready to host all of your favorite people all Summer long!

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ALEX THORNHILL | RESIDE VOL. 8.1

Stunning contemporary home in the heart of Clayton!

1 W WALINCA WALK Clayton, MO 63105 $999,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/K2N39H

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4949 PERSHING PLACE A striking blend of original Saint Louis, MO 63108 $950,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/34TTRV

historic character and modern renovations!

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Endless Entertaining Opportunities!

12007 WILTSHIRE PLACE COURT Town and Country, MO 63131 $1,350,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/LCLRBH


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1120 HIGHLAND POINTE DRIVE Town and Country, MO 63131 $1,795,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/LKS78G

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a guide to starting your

WHISKY COLLECTION The whisky market can be overwhelming for the prospective collector. This guide runs through some of the principles behind informed whisky collecting.

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Whiskey Collection by GREG MORRISON MAR 12, 2020

From single malts to blends, Scotch to Bourbon, silent distilleries to independent bottlers, there's a plethora of options on offer, making it difficult to know what to buy. Yet collecting whisky can be one of the most enjoyable – as well as robust – investments one can make. Alongside the sheer pleasure that can be derived from following your tastes and finding your new favourite dram, there are a few fundamental concepts every collector should know. Investing in whisky has become incredibly popular in recent years – but how do you go about starting a collection? In this edition of Expert Voices, get top tips from Sotheby’s Spirits Specialist, Jonny Fowle, as he explains the things you need to consider, from age statement and rarity to storage and design.

Understand the Basics.

Hone your Palate.

The variety of whiskies available today is vast, with Scotland, Japan, America, and Ireland all viewed as key producers. In Scotland alone there are currently over 120 whisky distilleries spread across five different regions, each one with a unique taste. It is important to understand their major stages of whisky production: malting, milling, mashing, fermentation, distillation, and maturation. The individual bouquet, colour and taste of each bottling is determined by a multitude of factors, from the yeast types used in fermentation, to the shape and size of the copper stills used for distillation, and ultimately the cask maturation. Whether a grain or a malt whisky, the intricate process of whiskymaking used by each distillery will uniquely impact a whisky's character.

Given the wealth of options, it's important to fine-tune your preferences. Start with the correct glass, a Glencairn perhaps, and treat yourself by sampling your way through as many whiskies as you can side by side. While you can trust in the original bottlings from established distilleries, like Glenfiddich, Laphroaig or The Macallan, keep your ear to the ground for newer releases from independent bottlers (who do not have a distillery but buy casks from elsewhere to bottle their own unique expressions) like Gordon & MacPhail. G&M’s bottlings were on many occasions considered to be the only official bottlings from a particular distillery and they are now renowned as the gatekeepers of the largest and most diverse inventory of casks in Scotland.

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Young Can Be Good.

Seek Out Rarities.

Keep in mind that "old" is not necessarily synonymous with "good" (although age is invariably reflected in price). While an independent bottler like Gordon & MacPhail, a revered name in Scotland's whisky heritage, might boast well-aged single-malt bottlings from the likes of established distillers including Mortlach 75 Year Old and Glenlivet 70 Year Old, they have also released highly collectable bottles that are less than 10 years old. Adelphi, established as an independent bottler in Glasgow in 1825, is now as well known for its aged single malts as for the new make from its young distillery, Ardnamurchan. Alongside historic but evolving organisations, entirely new bottlers like Compass Box, founded in 2000, or Wemyss Malt, founded in 2005, are producing innovative and critically acclaimed single casks and blended malts.

When seeking rare bottlings, look to buy limited editions where the number of bottles produced has been declared (ideally handwritten onto the label). Learning to interpret the labels is also invaluable, with the information on offer potentially including details such as the cask finish and number, alongside the distillery, bottle size and alcohol content. Once you find one you like, it's wise to buy two bottles – the first to drink and the second as an investment. Remember, the more you drink, the rarer the remaining bottles become. This theory is exemplified by Sotheby's first Single Malt bottling: A 24 year Old Bunnahabhain, of which only 12 bottles were released, each auctioned in pairs – one to drink and one to keep.

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01 GORDON & MACPHAIL 70 YEAR OLD 46.1 ABV, 1938

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THE MACALLAN

LIMITED EDITION 40 YEAR OLD 59.1 ABV, 1972

FINE & RARE 60 YEAR OLD 42.6 ABV, 1926

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THE DALMORE

BOWMORE

RARE COLLECTION 64 YEAR OLD 44.0 ABV, 1937

EOS 59 YEAR OLD 44.0 ABV, 1951

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MEG COGHLAN


7281 GREENWAY AVENUE University City, MO 63130 $837,500 www.dielmannsothebys.com/GDND5X

Not every day does a house like this become available in coveted University Hills. Set on popular Greenway Avenue with deep front yards, mature trees, gorgeous architecture and only a short walk to Flynn Elementary and several nearby parks, this is a sought-after address. A stately home with 4,265 SqFt. of living space with grand sized rooms, tall ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, exceptional woodwork, and gorgeous leaded glass windows. Outdoors is a big backyard, patio, 2-car garage, and lovely landscaping all around. From here walk to 2 popular nearby eateries — ­ Taco Buddah & Winslows Table, Wash U, Clayton & The Loop.

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MEG COGHLAN | RESIDE VOL. 8.1

3248 COPELIN AVENUE Saint Louis, MO 63104 $540,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/YBERCW

Millionaire’s Row — in the late 1800s, Copelin Avenue was referred to as this because of its wealthy owners and their beautifully appointed homes. This exquisite Victorian was built in 1898 with the finest finishes of the era. Over the years the current owner has restored, preserved & renovated the house providing a modern comfortable living space for family & entertainment while keeping its historical elements. The home has been on 3 house tours & seen on HGTV’s “If Walls Could Talk”. In this special niche neighborhood enjoy the extensive millwork, spectacular fireplaces, exquisite light fixtures, tall ceilings, grand dining room, 3+ bedrooms. The adjacent .29-acre lot is also available.

3228 COPELIN AVENUE Saint Louis, MO 63104 $175,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/T5VS3P 30

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3228 COPELIN AVENUE


6959 WATERMAN AVENUE University City, Missouri 63130 $524,900 www.dielmannsothebys.com/XQ5YLP

With the enticing charm of a Cotswold cottage you’ll be drawn in to visit this warm & inviting home. All around is beautiful hardscape & landscape including Hosta, Azaleas, Iris, Peony, Evergreens, fruit trees & more. The backyard has a deck, brick patio & 2-car garage. This is an exceptional opportunity to live in Ames Place, a highly sought-after neighborhood just steps from shopping, dining, Wash U, Forest Park & more in a home with modern amenities and old-world charm.

4909 LACLEDE AVENUE, UNIT 1204 Saint Louis, Missouri 63108 $559,900 www.dielmannsothebys.com/BT9HHR

Whether a Pied-a-terre or a main residence, this sleek and stylish 2 bed/2 bath condo in the luxurious Park East Tower will please. Up high over the city with views north and east you will be energized every morning with unobstructed views of the sunrise and the iconic St. Louis Arch.

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9 LADUE MEADOWS Creve Coeur, MO 63141 $1,249,999 www.dielmannsothebys.com/VNSJ4C Stunning Executive Custom Home on 1.25 park-like acres in a central location. The minute you walk through the front door, you will fall in love with the light-filled two-story entry with an elegant curved staircase. The great room offers a fireplace, and two stories of windows with views of the lush backyard, while the masterful chef's kitchen overlooks the hearth room, a beautiful stone fireplace, and expansive windows. Wait no longer, this elegant home has it all!

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BANKSY CREATED NEW WORK IN HIS BATHROOM DURING THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN.

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Murals in Banksy’s Bathroom During Self Isolation. Images via banksy.co.uk.

The notoriously elusive street artist Banksy debuted his latest work in a rather peculiar place: his bathroom. With much of the world on lockdown due to the COVID-19 crisis, artists like Banksy have been forced to get innovative with their artistic practices. The artist posted photos of the new artwork on his Instagram page yesterday with the caption: “My wife hates it when I work from home.” The posts show nine rats, a frequent subject of Banksy’s work, playing mischievously in what appears to be the artist’s bathroom. One rat dangles from a towel ring and steps on an open tube of toothpaste, while another runs on an unraveled roll of toilet paper. Known for his social commentary street art, Banksy’s work usually shows up unannounced in public spaces like street signs or the sides of buildings. His most recent public artwork popped up in Bristol on Valentine’s Day, and showed a child aiming a slingshot at a cluster of roses. The mural was vandalized just a few days later, with the phrase “BCC Wankers” scrawled across it.

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5337 LINDELL BOULEVARD Saint Louis, MO 63112 $1,099,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/8KGELF

Don't want the hassles that come with owning a century home in the Central West End? Look no further — this is a rare opportunity to own a vintage home in the CWE at the Park's edge! Incredible transformations in recent years offering the finest in urban living with a suburban feel; fabulous renovated pool & outdoor entertaining spaces, 3-car garage fabulous family room addition, open kitchen to the hearth room, new hardwood and marble floors... just a few of the unexpected & appealing updates.

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2 ADAMS LANE

Kirkwood, MO 63122

RICK ADAMS Global Real Estate Advisor

$1,100,000

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18563 BRIDLESPUR ESTATES DRIVE Wildwood, MO 63069 $825,000 www.dielmannsothebys.com/ 9ZNN7V

You don't have to travel far to live in peace and serenity, & right by Greensfelder Park! Expansive custom home, nestled in the trees on a 3+ acre lot. No expense was spared, high-end elegance, yet warm & welcoming. Enjoy nature on one of the private patios or the super cool fire pit.

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481 CHUKKER VALLEY Ellisville, MO 63021

KAFFA ABOUNADER Global Real Estate Advisor

$595,000 — Under Agreement

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45 WOODOAKS TRAIL DRIVE Saint Louis, MO 63124 $800,000 — Under Agreement www.dielmannsothebys.com/JFJB7M

BETH MANLIN Global Real Estate Advisor 314.954.3999

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536 WARREN AVENUE University City, MO 63130 $559,000 — Under Agreement www.dielmannsothebys.com/YBSSR8

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SOLD OFF MARKET

23 ARUNDEL PLACE Clayton, MO 63105

$770,000

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7257 GREENWAY AVENUE University City, MO 63130 $949,900 — Under Agreement www.dielmannsothebys.com/KGW9MZ

8 ABERDEEN PLACE Saint Louis, MO 63105 $749,900 www.dielmannsothebys.com/6LT7BX

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T ELIS V O E N SE RIM C PEN S C I U F S ’S LI F PRO UNGER RKS O O LISA RITE W O FAV Prolific crime writer Lisa Unger is fresh off the book tour for her latest novel, The Stranger Inside, about a former journalist and mother whose quiet suburban life is upended when she learns about a disturbing case that echoes a trauma from her childhood. The idea that sparked the book, Unger’s 17th, sprung from research she was doing for another novel. The New York Times best-selling author always seems to have a book under way, with two new novels in the works for 2020 and 2021. Her busy publication schedule means making plenty of public appearances when she isn’t writing. Unger, 49, finds it rewarding to go out on the road and meet readers in person, but she’s an introvert at heart. “After being thrust into a few weeks of extravert activity, I find I’m nourished by solitude,” she says. She follows a rigorous writing schedule, waking as early as 5 a.m. to get to work, but reading regularly is just as important, she says. “All writers are readers first,” Unger says. “That’s where we fall in love with story, character, and world weaving.” The writer of page-turners like Under My Skin, named one of 2018’s best mysteries, shared a few of her favorite thrilling reads that have inspired and excited her. R 44

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REBECCA

BY DAPHNE DU MAURIER “This was my first thriller. Its theme, of the ordinary girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances, runs through a lot of my work as well. Even now, so many years later, if I pick up Rebecca and start reading, it is utterly propulsive. It builds on itself in a perfect way.”


JANE EYRE

MYSTIC RIVER

IN COLD BLOOD

THE GOLDFINCH

“This is one of my favorite books of all time, and in a very real sense I think of it as a thriller. It has so many dark layers. It’s so compelling, and you’re so involved with Jane, her voice, and the tragedy of her youth. She finds a place where she’s finally safe, but then there are all these secrets. I think every great story has that beating heart of mystery at its core. There has to be a question you’re asking yourself, even if it’s just about what happens to this character.”

“I don’t think I’ve ever read anything by Lehane I didn’t love—he’s a stellar writer. Mystic River is my favorite of his. It’s about childhood, friendship, and how the experiences of our lives form and change us, and yet somehow the people we’re closest to don’t always see or understand it. It’s a very deep character study, as well as great crime fiction. There’s a mystery at its center, and we see how one life-altering moment from childhood has implications across generations. It’s about tiny moments upon which our whole lives pivot.”

“This book is where I fell in love with language. It gave me permission to be who I was as a writer. I’ve always had a dark imagination and big questions about human nature, what drives people and makes them do the things they do. With In Cold Blood, I discovered you could ask those questions with an unflinching eye and great beauty. It showed me that it’s possible to look at the horrible things people do with compassion. It doesn’t mean you’re condoning it, but that you’re trying to understand.”

“People don’t think of this as crime fiction, but it’s probably one of my favorites of all time. I made an effort to slow my reading down so it would never end. It’s an epic story of this very broken young man and all the gyrations of his life after this one terrible event and the theft of this piece of art. It’s a masterwork—there’s nothing about it that’s not perfect, from the characterization to the beauty of the language to the web of the plot. You cannot look away, even though you know it’s going to go badly for this character.”

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BY KERRY BROOKS

His name is Will, Will Dolan. He’s not unlike every other 17-year-old dude… but when no one else is looking… he’s a certifiable, real life… superhero. Not in the stereotypical Marvel sense. He doesn’t don a cape… leap tall buildings in a single bound, or flaunt green muscles that tear his shirt away when he turns into a hulk. No, he’s just a guy… who goes to high school, plays on the varsity tennis team, and also plays younger brother to older brother Sean, 19. Will is wrapping up his junior year at St. Louis Priory School. Although


these days school is virtual and is taught on a computer, I’m sure he studies things like math, science, economics, and literature… and now his studies include a virus that has turned the world he knew… into a world none of us has ever known. This new world has affected Will in a real and personal way. Will’s Uncle, Dr. Randy Jotte, is a Washington University Physician working at Barnes Jewish Hospital in Emergency Medicine. Young Mr. Dolan was not satisfied to sit idle while Uncle Randy and his colleagues on the front lines struggled with desperately needed supplies. That’s where Meg Coghlan, an agent at Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty enters the story. Meg called me and said, “I had this young guy reach out to me whose parents I sold a home to. Will came right up to me, hand outstretched, looked me in the eye and introduced himself. He told me he had asked his uncle, a physician, what he could do to help him, his patients, and the other doctors and nurses at the hospital. Dr. Jotte gave him a list of things of which they were in very short supply. One thing on the list was shoe covers. I used them in my listings and I knew could come up with those, so of course, I did.”

So… thanks to Meg, I became the next link in the chain. Truth is, our company was so inspired by this kid, we immediately got online and found a supplier where we were able to order 600 pairs of shoe covers and had them sent to Will’s address. He promised me that he would let me know when he received them. Today, Will sent me this email…

Ms. Coghlan and Mr. Brooks, Thank you again for the donations of shoe covers. On Friday I dropped the donations off at the Washington University/BJC Medical Campus. Thanks to your help, they will soon be making their way to the hospital to help the healthcare workers.

Thank you and stay safe,

Will Dolan

I appreciated my new friend letting me know, but to be honest, there are only two people who deserve any credit here, Dr. Jotte and his nephew Will. It’s been said, “And the young shall lead them.” It’s so very, very true. All because one guy, who loved one uncle enough, to ask one simple question… “What can I do?” My advice to you, my young friend? Never lose your passion to help people. There will always be times in your life that if you don’t step in and help, no one will. We’ve included the rest of the Doctor’s list on the following page. On behalf of Will and his uncle, step up, do your part, and we will make sure Will and those on the front lines fighting for life receive them. R

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