Jefferson County has been emerging as a haven for St. Louis commuters. Interstate 55, U.S. Highways 61, 67 and State Highways 21 and 30 provide Jefferson County with access to the city or the countryside. Families have found the low cost of living, affordable housing and room to spread great reasons to live here.
Located just south of St. Louis along Interstate 55, Arnold has prospered while still maintaining the small town feel. Commuter's appreciate the affordable housing and low tax base. The area is continually growing with commercial development, shopping, restaurants, schools, parks and recreation.
Also referred to as the Twin Cities, the Crystal City/Festus area has seen an increase in affordable housing business development and shopping. Neighborhoods range from century old homes to new home subdivisions. The area provides advanced healthcare at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Crystal City, higher education at Jefferson College and sporting facilities for all.
Located just south of Festus, the DeSoto area offers a historic downtown and rolling countryside. Many residents work in the area while others commute to the St. Louis region. New home construction, historic homes or a country place can be found for new comers to the area. Many residents enjoy hunting, fishing, and canoeing.
About 23 miles south of St. Louis is the town of Barnhart Missouri. It's proximity to I-55 and Hwy 61 provides easy access for commuters. A community with a small town feel with lots of new home construction.
Located along Hwy 30 in the north central region of Jefferson County, High Ridge is just 23 miles from southwest St. Louis. Homeowners can find seclusion among the rolling hills.
Hillsboro is the county seat of Jefferson County. Comprised of the many residential communities around Hillsboro, the area offers residents a rural atmosphere with close proximity to St. Louis area amenities. Housing can be found in town on country acreage or in one of the upscale lake developments.
Found along Hwy 30 and Hwy MM, House Springs is located in the central section of Jefferson County. Home s vary in price and size, and include new home developments in this rural community.
The unincorporated area of Imperial is close to Arnold and the I-55 corridor. Mastodon State Historic site and it's 425 acres provide recreation and a beautiful countryside in which to live and play. Housing ranges from older homes to new home construction.
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