Guide to the Best St. Louis Neighborhoods
Relocating your whole family to a completely new city? Using your St. Louis movers in the future?
If you are still in the house-hunting phase of moving, then you might be overwhelmed with trying to navigate through all of the neighborhoods in St. Louis. After all, with so many to choose from, it can seem impossible to narrow it down to which one is your favorite, and which one you want to invest in.
Luckily, your St. Louis moving company has been helping relocate families to the Gateway City for over 25 years now. Needless to say, we have picked up some tips regarding which neighborhoods work best for which families.
Check out this guide to the best St. Louis neighborhoods, and watch your home shopping experience get that much easier!
Chesterfield. If you are looking for a wholesome community with beautiful homes, fantastic schools, and successful businesses, then Chesterfield is it. Nicknamed the “City of Volunteers,” the residents have a long history of community involvement in the city.
Forest Park. Packed with art and history museums, a live outdoor theater, and gardens, you will never get bored in Forest Park once your St. Louis movers finish settling you and your family in. Get to know the city better by biking through the paths in the park. Chances are, you will have to drag your kids from the playground – it’s a local’s favorite!
Kirkwood. A great neighborhood for families, expect to stumble upon restaurants, kid-friendly entertainment, and lots of outdoor amenities for pet-lovers. Nicknamed as the “queen of the suburbs,” St. Louis movers are constantly relocating families to this town due to the great schools, abundance of churches, and small town charm.
Webster Groves. For those with a creative spirit, Webster Groves is just the neighborhood you have been looking for! Between the unique architecture, delicious restaurants, and abundance of live theater venues, you will want to run ahead of your St. Louis moving company and explore all that Webster Groves has to offer before you even get to your new home!
Carondelet. Built along the Mississippi River in 1767, Carondelet has some of the oldest homes in all of St. Louis. Its lakes have plenty of fish for fishing, picnic areas and sports facilities. Even if you are just passing by, make sure to check out the Murals on Broadway public art program; the first mural was dedicated to the neighborhood last summer, with eight more being planned.
Maplewood. One of the area’s newest boutique and antique shopping destinations, your St. Louis movers will be among some of the first ones to tell you how Maplewood has turned into a trendy district without losing its small town charm. One thing is for sure when you move here – you will never get bored!