North St Louis County Real Estate - Homes for Sale
Condo! Beautiful 2 years young Townhome with easy access to Highways
270 and 70. Open and bright, neutral colors, Spacious Kitchen. 1/2 bath
on main level. 9 foot ceilings in Master Bedroom which opens to full
bath and convenient laundry on upper level. Convenient location, sitting
room/den area at top of stairs and 1 car garage make this the perfect
place to call home! Washer-Dryer and Refrigerator negotiable!
Kevin Vetter 314.609.4449
Fantastic 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home with LOTS OF UPDATES... some of which include: Furnace, a/c, roof, 200 amp electric, windows, gutters, appliances * This home also has Beautiful HARDWOOD FLOORS and loads of CUSTOM MILL-WORK throughout * A Huge and CUSTOM FINISHED LL shows more of the intricate millwork and has a CUSTOM BAR AND GAS FIREPLACE * The yard has a patio and is fenced and level Mike Gambino 314.506.6700
Mike Gambino 314.506.6700
Featured North St. Louis County Real Estate Agents
The St. Louis County real estate market is as eclectic and diverse as the metropolitan St. Louis area itself. The small towns surrounding the perimeter of the St. Louis city limits, and into the county, span the range from suburban bedroom communities to urban centers in and of themselves. The wide range of employment opportunities in St. Louis attracts young professionals from across the nation, which contributes to the sustainable steady growth of the area.
St. Louis County is nationally recognized for its affordable cost of living as well as a high quality of life of its residents, which makes St. Louis attractive for both families and retirees. St. Louis is home to the blues, jazz, and ragtime in addition to being the home of the second oldest symphony orchestra in the country. St. Louis County has well over 100 parks with a broad range of recreational activities. For sports lovers, St. Louis is home to several professional sports teams.
Overview of the St. Louis County Real Estate Market
The conditions in St. Louis county real estate market seem to be recovering after the housing bubble in 2008, with some communities experiencing some devaluation in prices for homes for sale while others remained stable or even appreciated in value. The median listing price of houses in all of St. Louis County in September 2011 is $220,000, which is down 4 percent from the median listing price of $230,000. While there are a number of distressed properties on the market, they do not appear to be exerting significant downward pressure on home values when the properties in St. Louis County are considered as a whole.