Isaac H. Lionberger House

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Isaac H. Lionberger House
The Lionberger House, 13 November 2011
Isaac H. Lionberger House is located in Missouri
Isaac H. Lionberger House
Location within Missouri
General information
Location3630 Grandel Square
St. Louis, Missouri
Coordinates38°38′26″N 90°13′56″W / 38.64056°N 90.23222°W / 38.64056; -90.23222Coordinates: 38°38′26″N 90°13′56″W / 38.64056°N 90.23222°W / 38.64056; -90.23222
Completed1887 (added 1975)
Governing bodyLocal
Technical details
Design and construction
ArchitectHenry Hobson Richardson
Awards and prizesSt. Louis Landmark

The Isaac H. Lionberger House at 3630 Grandel Square in Midtown St. Louis, Missouri, is the last private residence designed by noted American architect Henry Hobson Richardson.[1] Designed in 1885–86, the building was built after Richardson's death. It was built for Isaac H. Lionberger, a well-known St. Louis lawyer who later became Assistant Attorney General of the United States.[2]

The Lionberger House became a St. Louis Landmark in 1975.[2] In 2005, the house was restored and divided into office and residential space.[2]


  1. ^ Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl (1984). H.H. Richardson: Complete Architectural Works. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. ISBN 0262150239.
  2. ^ a b c "Renovation of the Historic Isaac H. Lionberger House". Retrieved 12 December 2011.