A blend of Country and County living.
Chesterfield is one of the largest communities in St. Louis County with a population of 47,000+ and offers quick and easy access to many restaurants, top-rated schools, retail districts and shopping malls.
Chesterfield maintains its traditional values by offering peaceful residential neighborhoods with tree-lined streets. The community offers opportunities for everyone from single-family homes to townhouses, condos, apartments and senior living facilities. Traditional architecture is a common trait in many Chesterfield homes that provides a charming and sophisticated style to neighborhoods.
The business community is made up of over 2,000 businesses from small companies to large firms. Chesterfield is a retail hub with malls and outlet stores, including the St. Louis Premium Outlets.
Along Interstate 64, you'll find a large shopping district with hundreds of businesses ranging from big name stores to local shops and restaurants. Some popular restaurants include, Annie Gunn's Restaurant, Syberg's and Vito's in the Valley. On the other side of the interstate sits a music venue, The Factory, Main Event and Topgolf.
The community has over 560 acres of park land for residents to enjoy. The Chesterfield Central Park offers a state of the art Aquatics Center, large playground, walking trails and the Chesterfield Amphitheater. It seats 4,000 people for various concerts, events, movies and more.
Another area to find a large variety of restaurants and businesses to choose from is along Clarkson Road and Olive Boulevard right off of Interstate 64.
The community is served by the highly ranked Parkway School District and the Rockwood School District. Students also have the choice of nearly a dozen private schools in the area.
Wildwood offers a blend of country and county living with easy access to state parks and metro areas. The community has an incredible natural environment surrounded by dense woodlands, rolling hills, beautiful valleys and lush meadows.
The community is dedicated to its plan to preserve its rural areas but also provide residential and commercial growth. State, County and City Parks cover 11 of the 68 square miles within Wildwood. The city offers an extensive trail and bikeway system, along with a popular ski resort, Hidden Valley Ski Resort.
On and around Manchester Road and the Wildwood Town Center Plaza, you can find a mix of restaurants and shops to choose from. A couple of the local favorites include, Milk and Honey, Main Street Creamery, Sunny Street Café, Benedetto's On Main and Craft Eats & Drinks. The Plaza also features the Wildwood Farmers Market.
Education options include the highly rated Rockwood School District, along with wonderful private and parochial schools.