6647 Waterman Avenue
Welcome to Our Home!
Our home, at 6647 Waterman Avenue, is in the subdivision of Ames Place, in University City, MO.
There are approximately 215 residences in Ames Place which includes the 6600, 6800, and 6900 blocks of Pershing, Waterman and University Drive, and the south side of the same blocks of Kingsbury Boulevard (There is no 6700 block in this part of University City.). The contiguous 300 and 400 blocks of Melville are also in Ames Place.
Our unique 6647 Waterman house was designed by the architect Charles Thurston and built by contractor and owner, R.E. Herweck. It was built during the years 1915 – 1917. There have been four owners/residents from 1915 to the present — Richard E. & Hazel Herweck (1917), Harvey & Rosalie Lieberstein (1934), Allen & Jacqueline Goodwin (1972), and Ron & Kathy Rogers (1979). The lot is 50 feet by 140 feet with a natural landscape. The house at 6647 Waterman has 2600 square feet of living space and is an all brick construction with a full stone basement. It contains three porches (one front and two back), five bedrooms (a sixth was converted into a spa), 2 1/2 baths, and a two-car detached garage.
Ames Place is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in St. Louis. It features two and three story brick/stucco homes; a blend of old St. Louis architecture & charm with today’s finest amenities. The subdivision is a gated community and is bordered by Washington University, Forest Park, and the Delmar Loop. Ames Place features sidewalks and street lights, on both sides of the streets, and all homes are within easy walking distance to Washington University, MetroLink, and the Delmar Loop (restaurants and shopping). Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the US, is six blocks away and contains the Zoo, Art Museum, Missouri History Museum, Outdoor Muny Opera, along with excellent walking and bicycling paths. Ames Place is a family friendly neighborhood, with a 40+ year history of a fabulous Fourth of July parade and party. Due to its location and quality houses, there are many University professors, doctors and other professionals who call Ames Place home.
Our home has a blend of old and new features. Here’s a list, in no particular order, showing some, but not all of the important and/or valuable property features at 6647 Waterman Ave.
Original unique tile floor on porch
Front sidewalk updated with epoxy stone by Epoxy Stone Inc (ESI)
Original stain glass windows in front foyer, living room, stairway, and second floor bathroom
New (2012) power-vent 50 gallon gas hot water heater
Water pressure improved and balanced throughout house
Zone central air-conditioning
Gas hot water heating system
New 200 AMP electrical service
New water line from under street supply to meter in house
New lateral sewer line from street to house
Updated kitchen featuring crown molding, ceramic tile, granite, swanstone counters, and stainless steel appliances.
Newer fifty-year rated GAF Timberline roof on both, house (2012) and garage (2015) *Note: Dormers have Slateline shingles due to less slope
Original oak hardwood floors on 1st and 2nd levels (excluding kitchen, foyer, and bathrooms)
Original pine floor on third level
2nd floor spa featuring a two-person Jacuzzi Whirlpool tub
Privacy screens on both 1st and 2nd floor back porches
Over-sized two-car garage with overhead door and remote garage door opener
Leaf guard gutters (never need cleaning) on house
Completely wireless security system
Original crown molding in living room and dining room
Large patio off of 1st floor porch
9 ft. ceilings 1st level, 8.5 ft. ceilings 2nd level, and 8 ft. ceilings 3rd level
Fenced-in back yard
Lots of storage shelves and cabinets in basement
A pictorial presentation of 6647 Waterman Ave.
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