The featured community of Town and Country was first established in 1886 as a town called Altheim, a farming community. Much has changed since those days. Now Town and Country is a city of more than 11,000 residents with the highest median household income of any city in Missouri with a population over 10,000. However, the city is still a place for green residential landscapes, beautiful homes and scenic city parks. Town & Country is a great city for raising a family because of the exceptional school districts. Town & Country is also perfect for retirees because of the famous Bellerive Country Club and quaint, friendly neighborhoods.
Real Estate in Town and Country, MO
If you are looking for a beautiful new home in a city surrounded by great schools, hospitals and parks then Town and Country is where you want to begin and end your search. The neighborhoods in Town & Country have everything from large, luxurious dwellings to quaint cottage-like homes and everything in between. A majority of the houses in Town & Country are single-family homes built between 1970 and 1999. Ask about our available properties so you can enjoy all that Town and Country has to offer.
Town & Country Real Estate Stats
- Average sale price for a home: $1,290,684
School Districts in Town and Country, MO
One of many reasons to live in Town and Country is for the high quality school districts in the area. Children living in Town & Country will attend one of three school districts - Parkway School District, Kirkwood School District or Ladue School District. Each district is home to schools that have been recognized by the state or nationally for character education or academics.
Parkway School District
- "Accredited with Distinction" by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
- "Distinction in Performance" rating on it's Annual Performance Review since 2001
- About 19,000 students with 18 elementary schools, 5 middle schools and 4 high schools
- Graduation rate: 91.1%
- Average ACT score: 23.5
Kirkwood School District
- More than 5,700 students in the district
- 86% of teachers in the district hold a master’s degree or higher
- Currently partnering with BJC to provide Educational Support Counselors to meet the needs of students and families
Ladue School District
- Two of its schools — the Ladue Early Childhood Center and Ladue Middle School — have been named National Schools of Character
- The Ladue School District is comprised of an early childhood center, four K-4 elementary schools, a Fifth Grade Center, a middle school and a high school
- More than 4,000 students attend schools in this district
- A socio-economically diverse student body
- Graduation rate: 97.23% (Class of 2018)
- Average ACT Score: 25.9
Entertainment in Town and Country, MO
The residents of Town and Country work hard and, in turn, play hard. Whether you're looking to unwind with a relaxing stroll in the park or craving the excitement of an art festival, you have both options available to you in this community.
The city of Town and Country has an art gallery in the Longview Farm House that houses exhibits from local artists. There is also a growing collection of public art and city sponsored art events throughout the year.
Parks and Golf Courses
Town & Country is home to Bellerive Country Club, which hosted the 1965 U.S. Open, the 1992 PGA Championship, and the 2018 PGA Championship. The club has been open for 123 years and the first location was built on land leased from War of 1812 war hero, Daniel Bissell.
The beautiful Queeny Park sits at the Western border of Town & Country. The park offers tennis, fishing, trails (including a native tree trail), playgrounds and a dog park all on 550 acres of rolling, green landscape. The city of Town & Country has three parks: Drace Park, Longview Farm Park and Preservation Park.