Bridgeton Homes

With a population of only 11,500 people, Bridgeton is small, but important, as it serves as one of the primary transportation hubs in the Greater St. Louis area. The city is home to parts of the Lambert-St. Louis Airport, multiple railroad and interstate connections and metro rail. The city’s history for transportation dates back to American Indians using trails through the area, which prompted the French to settle there around 1724, and by the time of the Louisiana Purchase, it was already home to a thriving Spanish population. While small, and most schools in the district are outside of the city, Bridgeton is home to multiple international airline headquarters including Trans State Airlines and GoJet Airlines, and a library Bridgeton is located in Northwestern St. Louis county. Portions of the Lambert International airport are located in Bridgeton. It is part of the Pattonville school district.

Bridgeton Real Estate Agents 

Mike Gambino   314-506-6700

Bridgeton Homes For Sale 

bridgeton-homesFantastic 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

 
bridgeton-real-estateMove-In-Ready 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

 


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