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Located in the heart of the St. Charles County Golden Triangle is the city of Dardenne Prairie. Home to approximately 13,300 residents, Dardenne Prairie is a city that boosts a strong sense of community. A mainly residential area, residents of Dardenne Prairie enjoy a small town feel while having access to major highways that connect them quickly to towns and cities within St. Charles County.
Dardenne Prairie spans almost 5 square miles composed mostly of gentle rolling hills and its namesake, Dardenne Creek. The city offers over 95 acres of park land and scenic walkways for residents and visitors to routinely enjoy.
For many residents of Dardenne Prairie, the town is an ideal bedroom community to larger, St. Louis, falling under 40 miles to the west. Many commuters enjoy the straight shot down I-64E into St. Louis which, depending on traffic, should take under 45 minutes. After a work day, residents happily return to the quiet and calm lifestyle that Dardenne Prairie is known for.
Real Estate For Sale in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
Dardenne Prairie homes for sale consist mainly of newer properties, roughly 12 years and newer, as the area was mainly rural up until just 15 years ago. Many of the homes for sale in Dardenne Prairie are within quiet and welcoming neighborhoods and subdivisions.
Homes for sale in Dardenne Prairie range in price between 100,000 and 650,000 with the majority falling around 400,000. Many of the homes feature between 3 and 5 bedrooms and 3 and 4 bathrooms. Single and double storey single family homes dominate the real estate landscape and generally feature attached double car garages and comfortable lot sizes.
Due to the relative “newness” of Dardenne Prairie, there are still many lots available for buyers to consider building their next home. A handful of builders in the area offer a wide range of floor plans and layouts to choose from.
Some of the most popular neighborhoods and subdivisions in Dardenne Prairie include Cordoba, Villages at Dardenne Prairie, Aberdeen Village, Chestnut Creek, and Kings Mill Estates, all which feature a variety of single-family home options ranging in price to fit any budget.
Living in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri
Dardenne Prairie is a main residential area and as such the majority of businesses and amenities are located in adjacent cities and towns. That being said, the town is still home to a number of parks, events, recreation areas, and walkways for residents to enjoy.
Dardenne Prairie features 95 acres of greenspace throughout the city's 4 parks. City Hall Park offers open space, a pavilion, playground equipment, and a popular splash pad. Barathaven Park, which is located along Dardenne River features scenic walking paths, trails, recreational areas and a 15 acre lake. Georgetown Park and Athletic field are also located in Dardenne Prairie.
The city actively promotes community through a number of the events that its hosts throughout the year. Popular events include Summer Concerts at City Hall Park and a well attended Food Truck Festival.
Dardenne Prairie is served by three separate school districts; Francis Howell, Fort Zumwalt, and Wentzville. School-aged children will attend schools such as Twin Chimneys Elementary School, John Weldon Elementary School, Fort Zumwalt West Middle School and Fort Zumwalt West High School.