Welcome to Town and Country
Where Serenity Meets Sophistication Meets Friendly Vibes
Town and Country is a peaceful, upscale community located in West St. Louis County. It's known for its beautiful homes, well-maintained parks, and a variety of excellent dining options. The area features rolling hills and spacious properties, creating a classic American suburban setting that's both serene and luxurious. Town and Country strikes a balance between suburban comfort and sophistication.
Despite its peaceful atmosphere, Town and Country is conveniently close to the central corridor of St. Louis, making it easy to access the city's amenities. It's a place that offers the best of suburban living – a quiet retreat with all the comforts of an upscale lifestyle.
What to Love
- Opulent Yet Chill
- Scenic Beauty
- Large Lots
- Strategic Location
In Town and Country, the lifestyle is all about embracing the high life while keeping it real. People here enjoy the best of both worlds. You'll see families picnicking at the park one minute and adults sipping craft cocktails the next—all without the pretentious aura you might expect from an affluent community. It's common to find residents enjoying a morning jog or an afternoon of horseback riding, followed by a sophisticated dinner at a local culinary gem. Simply put, living here offers the amenities of city life without sacrificing the peaceful allure of a rural paradise.
Dining and Entertainment
Ready to take your taste buds on a luxe journey? Start off at Straub's Fine Grocers
, a hub for gourmands and culinary explorers. Whether you're looking for everyday staples or epicurean treasures, you'll find them in an environment that screams excellence—but in a small town grocers environment.
Things to Do
For family fun, don't miss the annual Town & Country Fair at Town & Country Crossing every August! It's four days of carnival joy, complete with rides, live bands, and all the food you can eat. A perfect outing that's high on fun and low on stress.
Nature lovers assemble at Longview Farm Park
. Spanning a whopping 192 acres, it's a paradise for walkers, joggers, horse lovers, or anyone who just loves a good old picnic. The scenic lake is perfect for fishing, and, if you're in a celebratory mood, the historic barn makes for a great event space. Odds are, your new HOA probably meets there, and they have an annual art and wine event that is not to be missed.
Speaking art events, Queeny Park
is THE Town and Country park. It is massive and many homes back up to it. Their annual art fair is a St. Louis staple.
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