Dons' musings about O Fallon Mo : Say hello to St Paul Missouri in St Charles County

Say hello to St Paul Missouri in St Charles County

 

Saint Paul is located in the heart of the one of the fastest growing counties in Missouri - St Charles County. This growth is definitely welcomed, and the community strives to maintain the friendly atmosphere of a small town. Saint Paul effectively meshes its beautiful raw surroundings with unique shopping, popular restaurants, business and professional buildings, and modern technology.

The community is located approximately 35 miles west of St Louis, and right off the I70, which makes for a quick drive into St Louis. Not for nothing is the area surrounding Saint Paul known as, "The Crossroads of the Nation."

Just a few minutes from Saint Paul in charming Wentzville is Rotary Park, home to the St Charles County Fair, the Greater St Louis Renaissance Fair and the summer concert series. Twice a year, the city also has a Nostalgic Drag Race and Rod Run where vintage automobiles drive through town on Friday evening and then race each other at the Mid America Raceways.

Saint Paul students receive an excellent, inclusive education. Lindenwood University has a branch in Wentzville focusing on the educational needs of western St Charles County, Warren County and Lincoln County. The University of Missouri at Columbia, approximately 80 miles west of Wentzville, enrolls approximately 6,700 new students each year. St Charles Community College in St Peters offers both credit and non-credit courses. They enroll approximately 8,000 students annually.

Saint Paul is growing rapidly. Neighborhoods reflect homeowners' pride of ownership in a wide range of housing options, from custom 4,000-sq.ft. estate homes and beautiful, well-preserved significant cottages to newer subdivisions and town homes and apartment complexes. New suburban homes range in price from $90,000 to more than $500,000.

The quality of any community depends of the character of its residents. And it is obvious the people of Saint Paul care! The warmth and friendliness of the country combined with the vitality of the city make Saint Paul a great choice for those who won't be satisfied with anything less than the best!

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Don Rogers is a licensed REALTOR® in Missouri.  I specialize in St. Charles County Missouri and have called O Fallon MO my home since 1993.  If you are looking to buy or sell or you are relocating to the area and would like information about the St Charles County MO area do not hesitate to give me a call at 314-954-6775 or if you would prefer to send me an email.

 

Comment balloon 4 commentsDon Rogers • April 06 2008 07:47AM

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Don,

I like your series of posts. Good Localism stuff that should get you some business!

Posted by Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional (Richard Weisser Realty) over 11 years ago
Thank you I appreciate those kind words.
Posted by Don Rogers, Realtor, Broker, CDPE, GRI, OnullFallon MO & St Charles County MO homes (Keller Williams Realty Chesterfield) over 11 years ago

Interesting Don. I've never heard of St. Paul Missouri. Being so close to St Louis with reasonable prices, I'd say this town will grow by leaps and bounds.

Love the graphic at the bottom of your post - is that something provided by the St Louis board of Realtors?

Posted by Debbie DiFonzo, Lebanon MO and Buffalo Missouri Real Estate (Debbie DiFonzo - United Country VIP Realty, SW Missouri) over 11 years ago

Debbie,

The graphic at the end of the blog is part of a PR program that we are doing this year to try and negate the negative press that we have been getting for the last year.  I need to link it back to a webpage that we have to address different issues.  I am not doing a very good job of remembering to place it on every post and linking it. 

Thank you for your kind words.

Posted by Don Rogers, Realtor, Broker, CDPE, GRI, OnullFallon MO & St Charles County MO homes (Keller Williams Realty Chesterfield) over 11 years ago

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