Just 30 minutes from St. Louis-Lambert International Airport and 40 minutes to downtown St. Louis, Ballwin is a prime spot for anyone wanting to be close to all kinds of shopping, entertainment, and recreational facilities. Housing ranges in style and prices for all needs, and the area features a 9-hole golf course , a state-of-the-art community center, five parks, highly rated public schools and even quick and easy access to Interstates 270, 64, and 44.
Located in central St. Louis County, Creve Coeur is a thriving community with beautiful homes, acres of parkland, hundreds of businesses and a number of high-tech office parks. Residents can enjoy numerous outdoor activities at Creve Coeur Park, The Dielmann Recreation Complex, the local ice arena, or even a nine-hole golf course. Creve Coeur is also home to two private
colleges, five private high schools, five private primary schools,
two public school districts and an abundance of restaurants and shopping options.
Chesterfield offers quick and easy access to its many restaurants, top-rated schools, churches, shopping malls, retail districts, and fitness facilities. Chesterfield’s varied housing options include established homes, luxury condominiums, townhomes, new construction, and single-family homes — some of them mansion-like in stature.
As the county seat, Clayton is a natural magnet for commerce and culture. The central business district is home to Fortune 500 companies, as well as upscale restaurants, wine shops, galleries, boutiques, and specialty shops. Clayton’s residential areas range from stately brick homes on tree-lined streets to high-rise condominiums. This area also offers upscale, renovated homes, luxury apartments, and new developments built to blend in with older, historic structures. Clayton’s school district is one of the finest in the St. Louis area, and residents have easy access to the MetroLink, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, and downtown.
One of the nation’s most affluent suburbs, Ladue prides itself on its excellent community services and tranquil, private neighborhoods. Traditional colonial and Tudor-style mansions surrounded by generous lots are the norm, with several new luxury homes added each year. Nearby, there are three exclusive country clubs, several private schools, upscale boutiques, and a variety of galleries, antique shops, specialty stores, and spas.
This small suburb of St. Louis has not deviated far from its historical French roots. The land of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wood was sold and divided into what became several subdivisions of Frontenac, yet the city has maintained its predominately 1-acre lots. This area is part of two school districts — Ladue and Kirkwood — and has churches, synagogues, and businesses. Frontenac continues to be the area’s upscale retail destination with Plaza Frontenac’s benchmark shops, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Situated between Geyer Road and Lindbergh Boulevard, Huntleigh is a small St. Louis suburban niche — dotted with rolling hills and sprawling homes — made up of approximately 334 residences that are within close proximity to Frontenac and Town & Country.
Located within the award-winning Lindbergh School district, Crestwood is a suburban community located in the desirable southwestern portion of St. Louis County, Missouri, in the heart of the St. Louis metropolitan region. Crestwood is just thirty minutes from both downtown St. Louis and Lambert International Airport.
A quaint, residential area, Glendale is home to almost 6,000 people and depending on their address, residents are part of either Kirkwood or Webster Groves school district. Known for its gracious, neighborly spirit, lovely homes, and scenic landscaping, Glendale is one of few municipalities in the area to have an active garden club. Just within or at its borders are two of the area’s highly rated private golf courses along with nearby shops and restaurants.
Founded in 1853 as a railroad-commuting suburb, and the train station is still the center of the city’s charming downtown. The pedestrian-friendly business districts retain their historic look, with commercial space mostly occupied by smaller businesses and local restaurants. A farmers’ market, pocket parks, and specialty shops add to the city’s small-town atmosphere. If you’re searching for historic homes with character, Kirkwood is a great place to look. Classic homes and oak-lined streets give Webster Groves a timeless feel, and its proximity to Webster University means that professors, students, and other forward-thinkers keep the city young and progressive. Many of the area’s historic homes have been well cared for throughout the years, and range from single-family dwellings to large extravagant houses.
The Central West End directly across from Forest Park, caddy-corner to Washington University and five minutes from downtown. However, most residents find few reasons to leave the neighborhood. The business district’s cobblestone streets are dense with restaurants, stores, and galleries. Not far from the Central West End’s business district you will find gated streets lined with turn-of-the-century mansions and larger historic homes. The area also includes high-rise apartments, condominiums, and luxury apartments.
Although not located in the city, this suburb definitely has an urban vibe. Delmar Boulevard, passing through the heart of “U City,” is rarely devoid of foot traffic for good reason; this stretch, known as “The Loop,” offers boutiques, independent book and music stores, coffee shops, ethnic restaurants, and gourmet food stores. Grand older homes, multiple-family apartments, condominiums, and single-family ranch homes are just a few of the housing options.
As the oldest city on the Missouri River, St. Charles has a dense suburban feel with an abundance of restaurants, businesses and highly rated public schools. Popular destinations include Historic Main Street, several museums, and even access to Missouri Wine Country and the KATY trail.
South City generally encompasses any portion of St. Louis City that is south of I-44, including historic neighborhoods such as Soulard, St. Louis Hills, Tower Grove, Shaw, Clifton Heights, Dutchtown, Benton Park, Holly Hills and many more. Along with great places to eat, attractions in the area include Tower Grove Park, the Missouri Botanical Garden, historic Cherokee Antique Row, and plenty of community events and nightlife.
Located on a Mississippi flyway, Sunset Hills is a relatively young city incorporated in 1953. Bordered on the west by the Meramec River, the city has more than 70 acres of parkland. Sunset Hills, known to be a safe, family-friendly area, also offers a country club, private prep school, and superior city services. Homes range from brick ranch homes to luxury developments.
Wildwood offers residents a blend of country and county living, with easy access to both state parks and the greater metro area. Residential development includes luxury homes and large traditional subdivisions surrounded by plenty of green space. Educational options include the highly rated Rockwood School District and excellent private and parochial schools.
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