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Chesterfield, Missouri Homes for Sale
November 25, 2020
133
Listed
172
Avg. DOM
$232.04
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$644,120
Med. List Price
133 Properties
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About Chesterfield, Missouri Overview

Homes for sale in Chesterfield Missouri

Considered a suburb of St. Louis, Chesterfield, Missouri is a city located in St. Louis County. The 14th largest city in the state, Chesterfield is home to nearly 50,000 residents. Incorporated in 1988, Chesterfield is a short distance, 25 miles, from downtown St. Louis along Interstate 64.

Portions of Chesterfield are located in the floodplain of the Missouri River and is now referred to as Chesterfield Valley. It was formerly known as Gumbo Flats as the soil, when wet, resembled Gumbo.

Today, Chesterfield is a rich blend of attractive homes and neighborhoods, an abundance of amenities, many shopping and dining options, beautiful parks and a thriving downtown core. Residents of the city enjoy the many cultural and historic areas and proudly promote diversity and inclusivity.

Real Estate For Sale in Chesterfield, Missouri

Chesterfield has a wide range of real estate options available for interested buyers. Many of the homes for sale in Chesterfield, Missouri are in newer, high end neighborhoods that boast spacious homes, safe streets and family friendly areas.

There are also a number of well established homes within mature areas around the city. There are a range of housing styles such as bungalows, ranch, and two storey homes. Though the majority of housing available in Chesterfield is single family detached homes, the city is home to a handful of low rise condominium buildings and townhomes that are an attractive real estate style for first time home buyers, singles and retirees as they provide lower cost and low maintenance living.

Chesterfield is a very affordable city with options for purchasing property beginning in the low $100,000’s for a multi bedroom, multi bathroom condo or townhome. For single family homes the starting point is roughly around $200,000 with average list price being $440,000. Luxury and high end neighborhoods see prices surpass the $1 million dollar mark.

The city is full of sought after neighborhoods such as Kehrs Mill Estates, Chesterfield Lakes, Whitney Pointe, Kingspointe, Clarkson Estates, and Meadowbrook Farm.

Living in Chesterfield, Missouri

Chesterfield is a city that truly has it all. From picturesque parks and open spaces to necessary amenities, well rated education systems to recreation buildings, art and culture. Residents routinely participate in city activities and community events and proudly strive to ensure their beloved town is well kept and maintained.

The city is home to over 590 acres of parks and trails providing ample opportunity for its residents to enjoy the great outdoors. These parks offer a number of recreation activities such as playground equipment, multi use sports fields and pavilions.

Parks within Chesterfield, Missouri include:

  • Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex
  • Central Park
  • River’s Edge Park
  • W.F. Dierberg Meditation Park
  • Eberwein Park (Dog Park)
  • Veterans Honor Park

Chesterfield is home to a number of trails that wind throughout the city and are frequented by walkers, joggers and bike riders at all times of the year. Trails such as Riparian Trail or the Monarch Chesterfield Levee Trail that runs throughout the Chesterfield Valley and connects to the Katy Trail network by way of the Boone Bridge over the Missouri River. Along with parks and trails, Chesterfield has two conservation areas, Howell Island Conservation Area & Beckemeier Conservation Area.

For those who enjoy spending time indoors as well, the city features a number of activities such as SkyZone, Sports Fusion, Upper Limits and Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex which features a number of different activities such as swimming and various sports.

For shoppers, Chesterfield features not one but TWO great outlet malls and Chesterfield Commons at Boone Crossing, which is rumoured to be the largest outdoor strip mall in the nation. With an extensive variety of stores and restaurants to choose from there is something for everyone.