Over two million dollars has been invested in this historic property, transforming a legacy Ladue farmhouse from the 1850's into a modern home with a functional age of only 20 years. Every system has been changed with new electrical, plumbing, wiring, sewer, landscape, irrigation, drainage, security, and an all-house generator. Painstaking efforts were made to maintain original character of the property, once home to John Litzsinger, for whom the road is named. A chef kitchen is outfitted in Carrera marble, with center island and stainless appliances. There are 3 main level living areas. A formal dining room exudes charm. The Master Bedroom has an updated bath and screened porch. Two additional bedrooms are on the second level. A two-story addition provides a beamed family room and screened porch, reminiscent of the outdoor bungalows of Busch's Grove. The walkout Lower Level opens to an independent carriage house, side yard and garage. Three laundries complete the property.