A Few Facts About Crestwood, Missouri

Crestwood, Missouri, in the southwestern portion of St. Louis County, offers residents a convenient location mixed with a close neighborhood feel.  Residents of Crestwood enjoy the city’s myriad opportunities – from shopping to nature centers and family activities.  

Crestwood residents love the city’s seven parks, especially the largest of these, the 85-acre Whitecliff Park, which features athletic fields, a community center (complete with gym, fitness center and racquetball courts), and the award-winning Crestwood Aquatic Center.

Residents of Crestwood live just a stone’s throw from Laumeier Sculpture Park, the 105-acre outdoor museum that combines nature with contemporary sculpture to inspire creative thinking. Laumeier fans love the park’s events, including the annual Mother’s Day weekend art fair, LOMA (Laumeier Outdoor Music Amphitheatre) concerts and movies, and educational programs for adults and kids alike.

The Lindbergh School District, which serves Crestwood’s K-12 students, is classified AAA by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

If shopping is your bag, Crestwood is the perfect place to live. Shops and restaurants that line the city’s main thoroughfare of Watson Road include Kohl’s, Barnes & Noble and Best Buy. In the adjacent city of Sunset Hills, the Sunset Hills Plaza features Borders, Marshalls, Old Navy and more.

Crestwood is home to Crestwood Court, which is comprised of stores, art spaces and an AMC theatre.

Restaurants in and around Crestwood include Applebee’s, Sweet Tomatoes, Longhorn Steakhouse, Helen Fitzgerald’s (by the Syberg’s folks), and O’Leary’s.  

Just down the road is Kirkwood’s picturesque Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center, where you can hike through 112 acres of forest, rocky slopes, towering trees, and a surreal calm.

Crestwood, Missouri – a progressive place anyone would love to call home.

 

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