Bordered on the north by the Missouri river, Franklin County has a history rich in the river and rural life-styles. Looking for a bit of Victorian architecture and rolling farmland, St. Louisans have continued to migrate west in search of a piece of Americana.
Since the early 1800's Washington's Old World Charm on the southern bank of the Missouri River has attracted people from Lewis & Clark to you today! Here in the Heart of the Wine Country's rolling hills and river views, are a rich variety of home styles ranging in price from the 90's to 2+ million. And all just 1 hour from downtown St. Louis.
One of the original settlements along the Missouri River, the town of New Haven offers Bed & Breakfast Inns and award winning wineries. The real estate market here continues to grow.
Travel down Old Route 66 to an area rich in history. Located just off Interstate 44, Pacific is easily accessible to the St. Louis area. Enjoy the small town lifestyle or new home communities.
The courthouse of Franklin County is located in Union. The town is now the base of over 300 businesses, including manufacturing, county government and East Central College. Housing can be found in town or in the rolling countryside.
Sullivan is located 70 miles from St. Louis on Interstate 44. Recreational opportunities abound in the nearby Meramec State Park with hiking, boating, camping and fishing. The Sullivan area continues to grow while still maintaining its rural feel.
Visitors to Labadie will find a quaint restored main street in which to browse. You'll see bikes sitting beside the country store as bike riders take a lunch or drink break after pedaling through the rolling hills of Franklin County. Also visit a four star restaurant, antique mall and bed and breakfast.
Rolling hills and bluff vistas along the Missouri River is the setting for a 5,200 acre upscale residential planned community of St. Albans. Residents of this luxury resort can dine at the historic Gardens at Malmaison, play golf at the two courses at St. Albans Country Club or visit the 1893 Head's General store, the only building left from the original town of St. Albans. One of the oldest towns in the state, there are descriptions of this area included in the Journals of Lewis & Clark.
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