Also known as: Spanish ranch, 20th-century home, Southwest style home
What is a Spanish Eclectic? Spanish Eclectic homes are a mix of Native American, Mexican, and Spanish styles. Inspired by Spanish missionaries and most common in the American Southwest, Spanish Eclectic homes adopted from adobe to concrete, stucco, and brick materials. With a distinct outward appearance, Spanish Eclectic homes have rounded corners and doorways and flowerlike windows; the interior is inlaid with tile and wood floors.
Perfect if you’re looking for… A multicultural home suited for a world traveler.
Locally: Spanish Eclectic might be hidden gems in St. Louis, but a close relative, Spanish Revivals, are in the North Side of St. Louis and Carondelet Park.
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