Ted has sold real estate for over 18 years with Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty.
Architecture is Ted’s passion. Today Ted lives in a Bernoudy-designed mid-century gem built in 1950 and shares his family’s 1850’s Pike County farmhouse that is on the National Registry of Historic Places. Ted has sold properties created by all of the great St. Louis architects: Maritz & Young, Isadore Shank, William Bernoudy, Harris Armstrong, Ralph Fournier, Frederick Dunn & Phillip Durham.
Ted has always been at the forefront of marketing. Ted’s StLouis.Style has over 1000 hits a day. You can also connect with his sites on Instagram (Over 20,000 followers) & Facebook. Public relations is important to Ted’s marketing mix. His properties have been featured in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Wall Street Journal, Sophisticated Living, St. Louis Magazine, Curbed, HGTV, FOX, KMOV & more.
Ted is on the boards of the St. Louis Art Museum Friend’s, St. Louis Fashion Fund Friends, The Sheldon Friends, Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation Board, and Board President of the Tennessee Williams Festival in addition to numerous event committees.
Ted grew up in Ladue and attended St. Louis Priory for high school. Ted’s education continued at Lake Forest College and later received his Executive MBA from Washington University’s Olin School of Business. Ted has two sons, Ira and Nick who are in real estate and law.