An Oasis of Sophisticated Elegance
Turn-of-the-century elegance? Check. Unique architecture and antique furniture pieces? Check. Gorgeous grounds to explore? Check.
Constructed in 1908 (built for Charles Stockstrom, founder of the Quick Meal Stove Company, later renamed Magic Chef), the Magic Chef Mansion is one of St. Louis’ premier old-world estates. Surrounded by two acres in the landmark Compton Hill Reservoir Square neighborhood, this manor is the epitome of sophisticated elegance and a perfect location for your next event!
Guests will marvel at the original lighting fixtures, period furnishings, original floors (strictly protected—ladies are asked to leave the stilettos at home), a fully functioning Magic Chef stove and even an original bowling alley in the basement.
This is truly a one-of-a-kind venue.