Town & Country, once vast farmland, is now one of the only long-standing communities still rich with the "Country" character from days long before the "Town" transformed this municipality into predominantly 1-3 acre lots. Town & Country is a lovely community with a trail system connecting the communities to three parks and a new Town Center that is as cute-as-can-be. Don't miss a visit to our favorite local, small batch ice cream shop called Clementine's Naughty and Nice Ice Cream. Town and Country is where my family and I personally call home and is always buzzing with bikers, walkers, and the like. Homes for sale in Town & Country are within a tight-knit suburban community that offers spacious lots, meandering trails and a slice of a country feel, yet so very close to all that St. Louis has to offer.
Longview Farm Park - Located at 13525 Clayton Road, Longview Farm Park continues to be a leading attraction in Town & Country for both young and old. It is a place where our community gathers to make personal connections, promote healthy lifestyles and create memories. It is the site of yoga classes, weddings, picnics, and a multitude of other events and meetings. The gardens surrounding the house are lovingly cared for and maintained by Claire Chosid, President, and the Mason Ridge Garden Club. This group of highly talented Master Gardeners has contributed over 10,000 labor hours since 2002 to make the gardens beautiful year after year.
Trails wind through the woods, around the lake, and alongside the stables and pasture. Longview also plays host to the Turkey Trot, Holiday Boutique, and Art, Wine & Music event as well as a number of new activities such as tennis lessons and summer camps for children. Without a doubt, Longview Farm Park is the crown jewel of Town & Country.
The Longview Farm House is rich in history, and with the gathering space addition, has become a popular venue for family and corporate celebrations.
The pastoral barn and stables are home to horses owned by Equine Assisted Therapy, which provides therapeutic horsemanship services to disabled children. Click here for the Longview Farm Park trail map.
Drace Park - Located at 2310 Cedar Valley Road, Drace Park was purchased in October of 2000 and dedicated in June of 2003. The park is nine acres and was purchased from the Drace Family. Park amenities include a picnic pavilion with a barbecue grill and electricity, playground, restrooms, multi-use asphalt trail, and three log cabins. The Drace Park Pavillion is available for rental to Town & Country residents. Click here for the Drace Park Trail Map.
Preservation Park - Preservation Park was dedicated on April 11, 1999. The park is 12 acres. The City of Town and Country originally acquired thirty-two acres, twenty of which were sold to Christian Brothers School (CBC). CBC Cadet Park was built including athletic facilities available for use by the public. Athletic teams may rent fields at CBC Cadet Park. For more information, please contact CBC at [email protected] or 314-985-6046. Residents are welcome to use the fields and tennis courts during unreserved times on a first-come, first-served basis - free of charge. Click here for the Preservation Park Trail Map.
Did you know… Town and Country have the highest median household income ($134,387 in 2009) of any city in Missouri with a population of over 10,000 and also has one of the highest median incomes of any city in the United States.
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