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If you’ve ever walked into Webster Groves, you know that it is a great place full of historical homes and a quaint little downtown. But there’s more than just a beautiful area. Webster Groves knows that what really makes a city prosper are the people that live there. That’s why they work to make it a traditional yet progressive community.
Webster Groves has more personality than most suburban neighborhoods. That’s why they have a range of different houses, all at different prices.
• Detached houses: $321,291
• Townhouses or attached units: $311,205
• In 2-unit structures: $235,218
• In 3-4-unit structures: $112,385
• In 5-or-more unit structures: $291,336
The median list price is around $249,000 these days, with an average sale price at $230,100. There were 33 homes sold in Webster Groves in July, and over 300 sold recently!
Every Thursday the Farmer’s Market at Big Bend and Old Orchard brings the freshest food around to locals. Even if you’re not from Webster Groves, it’s still a great place to pick up delicious, local food. And in summer the community puts on the “Gazebo Series” in Old Orchard. Guests can bring a blanket and some chairs and enjoy live music and family friendly outdoor movies in June and July.
Webster Groves is also home to several private schools like Nerinx Hall Catholic High School and Webster University, but they also have a great public school system. There are several nearby options if commuting is something you try to stay away from.
Even though the community was originally planned to be home to the wealthy residents of St. Louis, there is lots of diversity. People from all walks of life enjoy living in this beautiful suburb. They have even started a Historic Walk which consists of seven different brochures highlighting some of the best areas to visit while in Webster Groves.
Let Webster Groves show you why it’s “a great place to live, work and play”.