The Bauerhoff at Grants Farm, St. Louis
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The Bauerhoff at Grants Farm, St. Louis

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Built in 1913, the Bauernhof was the first building constructed on the Busch family estate. Bauernhof is German for "farmstead."

The Bauernhof surrounds a beautiful courtyard and is typical of a 19th century Bavarian farm complete with stables, a carriage house, and offices and quarters for those who lived and worked there.

Today, the Busch family's world-renowned carriage collection and stables are housed here.


http://www.grantsfarm.com/TheBauernhof.htm

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