This area is roughly bounded by Skinker Boulevard on the east, I-270 on the west, Olive Street Road on the north and Manchester Road on the south. It offers some of the county's older more prestigious neighborhoods.
Just across the western border of the City of St. Louis lies University City; a charming community founded in 1906 by famed magazine publisher E. G. Lewis.
Today, "U. City" with its proximity to Washington University, represents a cultural center within the St. Louis mertopolitan area.
Offering diverse home styles nestled among 35,00 tress and more than 250 acres of park land, University City is a residential community that appeals to thousands of St. Louis families.
As the seat of government for St. Louis County, Clayton features not only St. Louis' second most memorable skyline, but also some of the area's finest homes. Clayton is the perfect blend of commerce and residential community.
Most properties in Clayton are single-family residences of two or three stories, constructed between 1905 and 1940, or shortly after World War II.
Architectural styles range from traditional and contemporary ranch-style homes to mansions styled after English Country manor houses, and a few examples of Spanish inspired architecture.
These three communities are among the most established and prestigious communities in the entire St. Louis metropolitan area.
Home styles range from traditional architecture to more modern luxury homes. Most are situated on elegant, beautifully landscaped lots of one to three acres.
In addition to the well-known public schools of the Ladue district, several fine private schools are located throughout this area. These excellent schools make this appealing area of St. Louis even more popular among families with children at every educational level.
This older, established community offers a wide variety of home styles and prices. Houses range from small frame ranch-style homes to luxurious three-story brick mansions with prices from $180,000 to $800,000. Olivette also offers rehabbed condominiums and a good selection of rental properties.
Brentwood is a charming community located just west of the city of St. Louis. This area is situated at the crossroads of major transportation arteries and is convenient to just about everywhere. It offers a wide variety of house styles in brick and frame, most ranging between 25 and 40 years old.
Located just south of Clayton and University City, this area features a wide range of older brick and frame homes. Richmond Heights is home to the St. Louis Galleria, myriad of upscale shops and department stores in an enclosed mall.
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