Hip and family-friendly suburb with a youthful vibe and top-tier conveniences.

Welcome to Kirkwood


Fifteen miles southwest of St. Louis, discover the lovely and trendy city known as Kirkwood. Home to a population of 27,708 residents, this sprawling community is ultra welcoming and family-friendly. Residential areas are heavily tree-lined and peaceful, making this an idyllic suburban neighborhood. Kirkwood’s main roads, including Historic U.S. 66, provide access to plenty of shopping and dining establishments.

Those who are searching for the perfect home in Kirkwood will find plenty of great inventory. Providing exceptional value and character, properties with unique and desirable qualities are scattered throughout the city. Quaint, ranch-style dwellings, spacious two-story homes, modern townhomes, and everything in between are available in this stunning town.

What to Love

  • Family-friendly and welcoming environment
  • Excellent public schools
  • Scenic and brimming with green spaces
  • Unparalleled convenience and amenities

Local Lifestyle

Kirkwood is a highly sought-after and up-and-coming neighborhood. Within the last several years, the real estate market here has been hot and continues to be in demand. Featuring a vibrant downtown area — overflowing with every kind of business imaginable — the area will undoubtedly keep growing. Residential communities are the epitome of picturesque and provide a quiet space for families to live life to the fullest.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

One of Kirkwood’s best qualities is its massive list of shops and restaurants. Enjoying a marvelous dining experience, as well as running your errands, is no trouble in this beautiful city.

Step into the heart of Kirkwood by visiting the area near Historic U.S. 66 and Adams Avenue. Charming and full of small-town vibes, this is a wonderful spot to visit for a day or evening out. In the mood for an exceptional meal? Residents can’t get enough of the dishes at Amigos Cantina, Billy G’s Kirkwood, Imo's Pizza, Wasabi Kirkwood, One 19 North Tapas Wine Bar, and PJ's Tavern.

This same part of town is also full of amazing places to shop. Support locally-owned businesses in Kirkwood by frequenting favorites such as Sugar Shack, Rusted Chandelier, Blush Boutique, sammysoap, The Kerry Cottage, Pottery Hollow, Cornucopia, Naturally Inspired Gifts, and Paperdolls Boutique.

Things to Do

No matter your interests, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Kirkwood. Museums, farmers' markets, historic sites, and community-centric parks are all located steps from any neighborhood.

In addition to the exciting Downtown Kirkwood Business District, the city features an eclectic selection of entertainment. Those who are brand new to the area should make it a priority to visit The Historic Kirkwood Train Station, Kirkwood Park, The Magic House - St. Louis Children’s Museum, and the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center. You can also pick up locally-produced goods nearby at the Kirkwood Farmers Market.

Ready to check out more hotspots in Kirkwood? Head outdoors to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this beloved suburb. Choice destinations include Greentree Park, Russell Emmenegger Nature Park, Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center, Fillmore Park, Greenbriar Hills Country Club, Meramec Landing Park, and Family Golf and Learning Center.


Kirkwood has a fantastic reputation for its local public schools in the Kirkwood School District and private schools. In the public sphere, students can attend F. P. Tillman Elementary, North Kirkwood Middle, and Kirkwood Sr. High. For students interested in private schools, consider Villa di Maria Montessori School or St. Peter Catholic School


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