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The most expensive homes for sale in Brentwood

Here’s a glimpse at some of the priciest homes on the market in Brentwood
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BRENTWOOD, Mo. — This week’s “on the market” takes a look at some of the most expensive homes for sale in Brentwood.

The homes featured this week are in the 63144 ZIP code, which includes Brentwood. In the third quarter, there were 72 home sales in the 63144 ZIP code, with a median sale price of $206,500. Homes were on the market for a median of 29 days, according to data provided by national real estate brokerage Redfin.

Here’s a glimpse at some of the priciest homes on the market in Brentwood.

9118 Lawn Ave, $889,000: This 4,100-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms: three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home’s kitchen has a walk-in pantry, center island and granite countertops. A great room includes a fireplace and bar. Outside, the home has multiple patios.

9143 Pine Ave., $749,000: Built in 2007, this five-bedroom home totals 3,200 square feet. It has four full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home’s kitchen features custom cabinetry, granite countertops and a butler’s pantry. Downstairs, a finished basement offers additional living space, a bathroom, bedroom and gym. There's a patio outside.

89 Yorkshire Lane Court, $719,900: This four-bedroom home has three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home totals 3,403 square feet. The kitchen includes a center island and butler’s pantry. Additional features of the home include a three-car garage and finished basement. Outside, the home has a patio and fenced-in yard.

Check out a gallery of the homes on the St. Louis Business Journal's website here.

The owners of one of St. Louis' two Frank Lloyd Wright homes have taken their property off the market, saying they are "taking a break" in their pursuit of selling the historic home. The home, located at 865 Masonridge Road in Town & Country, is owned by the Pappas family and was built by Ted and Bette Pappas.

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