Former Plaza Motors CEO John Capps Puts Manse On Market

July 18, 2014 Update -After 4 months on the market and no sale, the price on the Capps’ home was reduced today by $355,000 to $5.295 million.

Yesterday, the home of the former Plaza Motors CEO, John Capps, and his wife Deborah, hit the market with a $5.65 million price tag.   The home, at 12 Huntleigh Woods, in the exclusive Huntleigh community, was built in 2005,  has almost 10,000 square feet of living area and sits on over 2 acres according to the information available.  Homes in this price range are not common in St Louis, in fact, at the present time, this is just one of 5 luxury homes in St Louis with a price tag north of $5,000,000.  Check out the slide show below to see them all.

St. Louis Luxury Homes For Sale – $5,000,000+

Piqued your interest?  If you would like more information on any of these homes or for a private viewing, click here.

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