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Town and Country, Missouri Homes for Sale
May 18, 2024
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Town and Country, Missouri Overview

Town and Country MO Homes for Sale

Town and Country is a city located in the western portion of St. Louis County in the state of Missouri. Considered to be a suburb of Missouri, Town and Country is a beautiful, primarily residential area that offers quiet, scenic living with an eclectic array of shops, parks, restaurants and more!

Town and Country is regarded as one of Missouri's most affluent areas and features a wide range of immaculate real estate. Home to nearly 11,000 residents, Town and Country is a sought after area as it provides upscale living in a safe and welcoming environment. 

Originally incorporated as a village in 1950, Town and Country retains much of its charm and space. Though new subdivisions have been developing around the city, there are still a large number of older, large lots and ample green space throughout the neighborhoods. 

Real Estate in Town and Country, Missouri

As one of Missouri’s wealthiest communities, Town and Country is home to mainly elaborate and upscale homes. The well established neighborhoods that make up the residential areas of Town and Country feature single family homes on comfortable lots. 

The majority of homes for sale in Town and Country, Missouri are over the 1 million dollar mark, with the average home price falling around 1.2 million. Homes listed fall on either side of the average with properties beginning in the mid to high $500,000 range and surpassing $2.5 million. 

Many of the homes listed in Town and Country feature a multitude of bedrooms and bathrooms, ample living space, large garages and outdoor areas as well as generous lot sizes. There is a healthy mix of well established homes as well as newly built properties that can be found in recently developed subdivisions.

Living in Town and Country, Missouri

Residents of Town and Country enjoy the calm relaxing atmosphere that the city has to offer, however, due to its ideal location, a trip into St. Louis won’t take long! 

Town and Country offers a wide range of amenities and recreation areas within its limits that are routinely visited and enjoyed by those who live there. Parks are dotted throughout the city and provide a chance for friends and family to gather and enjoy the outdoors. 

Longview Farm Park is a leading attraction for all ages! Acting as a community gathering place, Longview features a historic home site, beautifully maintained gardens, walking trails, and much more! The site plays host to a number of community events and private gatherings throughout the year. 

Drace Park is a recent addition to Town and Country as it was dedicated in 2003. The 9 acre park features children’s play areas and equipment, multi-use asphalt pathways and three log cabins. 

Preservation and Cadet Park is a 12 acre space that boasts ample play equipment as well as public use athletic facilities. Enjoy a tennis match on the courts or kick a soccer ball around on the large sports field. 

Avid golfers will enjoy the esteemed Bellerive Country Club which has played host to both the U.S. Open as well as the PGA Championship. This stunning course features well maintained greens and challenging fareways that are sure to elevate any player's game!

Other nearby amenities include the St. Luke’s Hospital, Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Missouri Baptist University, Maryville University, Edgar M. Queeny County Park and Museum, which is an interactive science museum geared towards children.