In May of 2009 I wrote a post titled: Homes Under $200,000 near St Louis MetroLink stops and I was thinking about revisiting it because I just met a new clients who thought they had to live in a specific area to have access to the MetroLink. At our initial meeting they expressed interest in a 2 bed 2 bath condo. And as I was clarifying their desired amenities, I realized that they were actually interested in single family homes but that they weren’t sure where they could go and still be close to a MetroLink stop.
And I realized it was definitely time to revisit the idea of living near MetroLink stop.
Here’s the schematic from MetroStLouis.
Homes available near the Downtown West stop. (a one mile radius search of the MLS includes Lafayette Square and LaSalle Park to the south and Downtown, Downtown West and a bits of Carr Square and Midtown)
Homes available near the Grand Station (Includes most of Midtown, the eastern section of CWE and Grand Center, the Gate District, Tiffany, and parts of Botanical Heights and The Grove)
Homes near South Grand (its easy to take the bus to the Grand Metro stop): Includes part of Shaw, Tower Grove East and Tower Grove South
Homes available in Skinker DeBaliviere: Parts of Skinker Debaliviere, Clayton and University City
Homes available in Clayton: Parts of Clayton, Richmond Heights, Ladue and St.Louis City
Homes available in Maplewood/ Manchester: Includes parts of Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Webster Groves and St. Louis City
Homes near Shrewsbury/Lansdowne: Includes parts of the 63139 and 63109 south St Louis zip codes, Shrewsbury, Maplewood and Webster Groves.
This post highlights approximately 150 active listings within a 1 mile walk to a MetroLink stop. There are many, many more. If proximity to public transportation is important to you in home search, know that you various options at all price points.