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Background on Saint. Louis
St. Louis is an Independent city located in Missouri. Missouri was built along the Western Bank of the Mississippi River, this area borders Illinois. As of 2018 the estimated population here in St. Louis is approximately 309,000. The Greater St. Louis Metro area is home to more than 3,000,000 people making it the largest metro area in all of Missouri. St. Louis was founded in 1764 and incorporated in 1822. The United States Census Bureau indicates that St. Louis is a total of 66 square miles and approximately 4 miles of that is made up of water. The climate here in St. Louis is in a transitional zone between a humid continental and humid subtropical climate. The reason for this is because there aren’t any large mountains or bodies of water around to help moderate the temperature here. This means that the summers here tend to be hot and humid and the winters tend to be cold. One of the main reasons for the weather variation here is that St. Louis is subject to the cold Arctic air as well as the hot and humid tropical air that comes from the Gulf of Mexico. The weather here can go from zero degrees in the winter all the way up to 100 or more during the summer months. St. Louis also experiences about 41 inches of rainfall a year.
Real Estate in St. Louis
The real estate available here in St. Louis is amazing. This portion of Missouri has some extremely affordable homes for sale with most falling within the $200,000 range. The types of homes you will find here vary from neighborhood to neighborhood but you can expect to see a mixture of Traditional, Bungalow, Tudor, Ranch, Condos and Townhomes in this area. Most homes have a brick exterior which adds so much charm to the homes found here. St. Louis is actually broken up into 79 different government designated neighborhoods. A lot of people who live here refer to where they live as either “North City,” “South City,” or “The Central West End.” The 79 different neighborhoods all fall within these confines. Some of the most notable and sought after neighborhoods are Hyde Park, Clifton Heights, Lindenwood Park, Forest Park Southeast and Tower Grove East. These are just a few of the neighborhoods in St. Louis for you to consider.
Points of Interest in Saint. Louis
Gateway Arch – The Gateway Arch is a popular tourist destination if you are traveling through the area. This 630 foot monument is made up of stainless steel is the world’s tallest arch as well as the tallest man made monument within the Western Hemisphere. After the Gateway Arch was built as part of the westward expansion it was dedicated to the American people. The Gateway Arch was completed in October of 1965 and cost $13 million to build which would be equivalent to more than $77 million in 2018. If you live in St. Louis you have to experience all that the Gateway Arch has to offer at least once!
City Museum – This museum consists largely of repurposed architectural and industrial objects. This museum attracts close to a million visitors a year. This museum was founded by Bob Cassilly and his wife Gail. When they looked at the space back in 1993 it was a vacant shoe factory and warehouse. It wasn’t until 1997 that this museum opened and started drawing in large crowds. Bob Cassilly remained in his position as artistic director until he passed away in 2011. This 600,000 square foot museum has everything you could imagine and then some. On the third floor there is a circus ring that has daily live acts as well as concerts. There is also a fifth floor to this museum that consists of apartments. These apartments are known as the “Lofts at City Museum” and range in since from 1,300 to almost 3,000 square feet.
The Saint Louis Zoo – This 90 acre zoo has more than 600 different species and over 18,000 types of animals. This zoo is a leader when it comes to an animal management, research, conservation and education. The best part about this zoo is that there is no admission unless there is a special attraction going on. This place is perfect for you to take your kids to educate them on all the different types of species and animals that roam the earth.
Saint. Louis is a wonderful place to live if you are looking for charm and plenty of local attractions. There are 79 different neighborhoods for you to choose from when deciding to make the move here. Whichever neighborhood you choose to live in will offer up different views and experiences here in St. Louis.