Welcome to Town and Country
Affluent neighborhood to the west of downtown St. Louis
Located in the western part of St. Louis country, Town and Country is an exclusive, quiet community where families and retirees settle. It’s quickly become an oasis for St. Louis homebuyers, and with Interstate 64 running straight through it, you’re still close enough to the action if need be.
Town and Country has quiet, open spaces, where you’ll find more greenery than any other place in the city. With its commercial hubs located at the intersections of Interstate 64, Route 141, and Interstate 270, it’s easy to find a secluded home with ample privacy.
While you’ll no longer find large acreages with pastures and horses, the properties in Town and Country still offer way more residential space than other St. Louis neighborhoods, which are more compact. When starting your search, expect to find large homes on large lots, sprawling lawns, and massive trees. Every house oozes character and charm, each with its own unique draw.
What to Love
• Private, quiet community that makes it easy to escape a bustling city
• Close proximity to several major highways
• Access to the Parkway School District
Living in Town and Country means the flutter of leaves and soft breezes, not the bramble of pedestrians and passing of cars. It’s part of a small handful of rural areas in St. Louis, making it all the more coveted. You’ll find a large portion of retirees spending their time in this affluent, peaceful community, as well as families looking for a great school district and charming neighborhood. With so many wonderful perks, it’s no wonder Town and Country is continually sought after every year.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Town and Country is one of the state’s best places to live, and that comes with the privilege of having access to amazing restaurants and shops. Begin your culinary journey at Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant, a contemporary spot that serves up delicious American fare and an excellent selection of house-label wines. Craving rich, authentic Italian? Napoli 2 is an upscale eatery that radiates warmth, with food that’s on a whole other level of good. If you want a more casual spot, where you can grab food for on-the-go or sit on their patio to relax, Hearth Room Cafe is a local favorite that’s sure to be your new breakfast, lunch, and dinner spot.
With rural living, you often have to travel hours to find a good spot to shop. In Town and Country, you won’t need to drive for more than a couple of minutes to reach the wondrous Town and Country Crossing. Here you can stroll along the walkways beside a beautiful lake while looking for your next staple piece of clothing. Browse the stores in the morning, take a lunch break at one of several fantastic restaurants, and then end the day with a trip to the salon.
Things to Do
For summer fun in Town and Country, check out their Summer Concert Series that runs from May until August, where you’ll join fellow residents to listen to several local artists throughout the day. And don’t forget the Fire & Ice Festival, where you’ll eat the best food, listen to great music, and at the end of the night, watch a brilliant display of fireworks light up the sky. All you need to bring is a chair, blanket, and a great attitude!
For a great place to take your furry friend out for a walk or gather for a picnic with friends, Longview Farm Park is a gem of a park. There are hidden trails that lead to a glittering pond, horse barns and pastures, and a pavilion to rent out for events and celebrations. Another local favorite is Edgar M. Queeny County Park, a former estate that offers tennis courts, picnic tables, fishing, hiking, a skating rink, and horseback riding for all-day fun. Want to find an indoor activity instead? Amp Up Action Park has got you covered, with karting and ax-throwing that will keep you entertained for hours.
Town and Country is home to some excellent educational opportunities, including:
• Bellerive Elementary School, K-5
• Mason Ridge Elementary, K-5
• Principia School, K-12