Among the big game in Sherwood Forest (the close-to-the-Loop Memorial-area neighborhood, not the royal hunting spread poached by Robin Hood) sits an updated 1965 contemporary on its third initial asking price: $4.29 million. A 2013 listing took aim at $4.995 million, which dropped to $4.39 million for a few months. Last summer, the $4.375 million ask trimmed back to $4.32 million two weeks later in a listing lasting 2 months. One wing curves its window wall around the groomed front lawn and clipped landscaping (middle). Pool, terrace, and tennis court extend from the back of the stucco home, which has a 2-story wing for the bedrooms (above).
Full-height windows face the back of the property, 1.3 acres near a cul-de-sac on a Robin Hood-themed street off Memorial Dr. just east of St. Mary’s Seminary, near Antoine Dr. The living room (above and pictured at the top of the story) is a step up from the dining room . . .
which shares a buffet-or-bar with the adjacent sitting area:
A glass-paneled prow in a corner of the master suite downstairs provides views of the pool and also hosts the retro fireplace:
The 7,001-sq.-ft. floor plan has 4 secondary bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and 2 half baths. Upstairs, the layout starts with an open room currently used for games (and leaf-peeking):
Access to the promenade deck is from a simple door next door:
Here are some of the wild neighbors you can check out at the open house Saturday afternoon:
- 403 Little John Ln. [HAR]