Communities

Click on each community name for additional city information, local homes for sale, and community links.

Kirkwood

Established in 1853, Kirkwood was named after Pacific Railroad engineer James Pugh Kirkwood who located, surveyed, and built the railroad to which the city, one of the very first railroad commuter communities outside of St. Louis, owes its very existence. Today Kirkwood boasts first rate community services, higher property values, and some of the best local private and public schools in the area…

Webster Groves

Originally known as Dry Ridge to the area’s fur traders and Native American population up until 1802, Webster Groves eventually became known as the Queen of the Suburbs because of its proximity to St. Louis, diverse housing options, and country-like charm. Webster Groves has the great distinction of making CNN Money’s list of top 100 places to live in America…

Clayton

The city of Clayton may be known for its business district and beautiful skyline filled with multiple skyscrapers, but it’s the city’s culture, thriving with European-style outdoor cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and fine restaurants that make this community a center of economic prosperity and urban flair nestled among peaceful neighborhoods…

Ladue

In 1936 the villages of Ladue, Deer Creek, and McKnight merged into what is now known as the city of Ladue. Today Ladue boasts the state’s highest median household income, as well as holding the honor of being Missouri’s most educated city with over 72% of Ladue adults holding a Bachelor’s degree or higher..

University City

University City’s Delmar Loop is a bustling arts, restaurant, entertainment and retail district and model for communities around the country, having earned the honor of “One of the 10 Great Streets in America” from The American Planning Association. University City is no longer just the end of the line where the old St. Louis Streetcar turns around to head back to the big city. Today it’s an exciting destination for visitors, and a wonderful place locals call home…

Brentwood

Known as the “City of Warmth” because of its “Small town charm and friendly atmosphere,” Brentwood is a great place in which to raise a family with a proximity to St. Louis attractive to suburbanites commuting to the big city. Brentwood High School and Mark Twain Elementary School are recent recipients of the National Blue Ribbon Award, an award given for the best schools in Missouri…

Sunset Hills

Sunset Hills is one of the younger cities in Missouri, incorporating only as recently as 1957. Since then Sunset Hills’ growth has been by leaps and bounds, directed by the many citizens dedicated to organizing and improving the community where they raise their families, work, and play. The city hosts a bustling business community, and is headquarters of Panera Bread

Central West End

Private streets and turn of the century architecture have made Central West End, located in St. Louis adjacent to Forest Park, an attractive urban oasis alternative to wealthy businessmen and famous contributors to the arts. Over the decades Central West End claimed as residents authors Tennessee Williams, Kate Chopin, and William S. Burroughs and prominent businessmen like Joseph Pulitzer, Albert Bond Lambert, and Dwight Davis, founder of the Davis Cup in tennis…

Richmond Heights

It was Robert E. Lee, thinking the area’s topography resembled Richmond, Virginia, who proposed the name for the city that eventually became known as Richmond Heights. Today, not only is Richmond Heights home to more than 10,000 people, but its daytime population swells to over 16,000 due to weekday commuters and visitors alike..

Des Peres

For the area well known as Des Peres long before its official formation in 1934, you might be surprised to know the city with the French name was settled predominantly by German immigrants and southerners from Virginia. Today Des Peres is home to a vibrant business community, and over 8,000 Missourians who live, work, and play within easy commute of St. Louis…

Town and Country

As its name implies, the city of Town and Country’s rural charm is evident in the predominance of spacious residential lots and large green tracts of undeveloped open space. In keeping in line with that philosophy, commercial areas tend to be fewer and closer to major roadways, described by approving locals as “less invasive” than most of St. Louis’s other “less relaxed” major suburbs…

Frontenac

Frontenac and Town and Country both were largely farmland and woodland in the past. Today Frontenac has become more of a large lot residential community whose relaxed rural atmosphere is nicely complimented by its close proximity to the big city amenities of St. Louis…

Chesterfield

Chesterfield, the largest city in West St. Louis County and 14th largest in Missouri, is undergoing what some are calling a construction boom. Two new outlet malls and a brand new Hyatt Hotel are undergoing construction, joining an already bustling local business economy. If you’re considering relocating you’ll discover our city’s diversity as evidenced by the range of home styles including Colonial, Tudor, French, contemporary and more…