Friday, October 13th
1824 Kennett Place
St. Louis, Missouri
Please join us for an evening of drinks, food, and community to benefit the Lafayette Park Conservancy.
Upon arrival, guests will tour the first floor of one of Lafayette Square’s most spectacular homes, then proceed to the patio and pool house to enjoy food courtesy of Salt + Smoke, drinks, and dessert courtesy of Clementine’s Creamery.
Attire: Cocktail (Outdoors)
This is a primarily outdoors event. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled for the spring. Notice of any event changes will be sent to the email provided during checkout.
Limited quanity of presale tickets available through September 9th for $125 (standard ticket $150)
For any questions, please email [email protected] or call 314-949-2210
About 1824 Kennett Pl:
1824 Kennett Place is a Second Empire style house built in 1879. The original 3,900 sq ft home was built by Jacob J. Wertheimer, president of the Wertheimer-Swarts Shoe Co. and one of five directors for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co. (St Louis World’s Fair). In 1892, JJ Wertheimer sold the house to Nathan Waldstein, head of Waldstein Lumber Co. and president of St. Louis Lumberman’s Exchange.
The original house was expanded to over 10,000 sq ft, including a finished basement and a pool house. The addition spans across 5 lots, including 3 addresses (1818, 1820, & 1824 Kennett Pl), 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a swimming pool, and a 3 car attached garage.