Central West End
The Central West End is truly cosmopolitan. Book stores, boutiques, antique stores, coffee houses and some of the region's best restaurants are part of the neighborhood's thriving commercial district, adorned by iron lighting, cobblestone streets and a large fountain. Large historic homes on private streets (many dating back to the 1904 World's Fair), luxury condominiums and rental units ranging from town homes to high rises with sweeping views of downtown and Forest Park attract a diverse residential population.
The Central West End takes some of its charm from what is still evident of its rich history, including the landmark Chase Park Plaza, which had been renovated into high-end apartments. Historic neighborhoods include the famous Kingsbury Place and Fullerton's Westminster Place. Other landmarks include the T.S. Eliot house, the once lively Gaslight Square, Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis (New Cathedral), and nearby Forest Park.
Do you dream of living in a walkable neighborhood that is close to art, green space and boasts gorgeous architecture? The Central West End neighborhood in St. Louis, Missouri may be the perfect place to purchase your new home. With home prices on the rise once again, the timing may be right for your next purchase. According to the St. Louis multiple listing service the median home price in the Central West End is currently $205,000.
The Central West End is a gem in the heart of exceptional St. Louis living. ExploreStLouis.com declared, “Perched on the eastern edge of Forest Park, the chic Central West End is full of charming sidewalk cafés, galleries, antique shops, boutiques and pubs. It’s a little European, a little New York and totally St. Louis.”
Known for its exquisite architecture, Central West End real estate is the preferred location of upwardly mobile professionals that want to be close to the pulse of the city. Forest Park is at your fingertips, while the Delmar Loop and cultural programming of places like the Fox Theatre, Sheldon Concert Hall and Powell Symphony Hall are just a short drive away. The MetroLink train makes commuting to downtown events at Busch Stadium, America’s Center and Union Station a snap. The Central West End is truly prime St. Louis real estate.
The highlights of Central West End homes for sale are the historic mansions and the gorgeous condos. Locations like the condos at The Chase combine outstanding views with stellar amenities, while the well-kept private homes in the area provide more traditional accommodations. There is something for every taste. Although new construction isn’t always available, there are a handful of homes currently planned for the Maryland East area. For a list of Central West End open houses, contact your Prudential Select Properties agent.
Central West End Homes For Sale