The urban theorist Jane Jacobs described an ideal city neighborhood as one with a mix of low-rise residences and street-level businesses where people would be able to look out for one another. She had in mind New York’s Greenwich Village, where she was living in the early 1960s when she wrote her seminal The Death and Life of Great American Cities, but we think she’d approve of Tower Grove South. Anchored at its north end by Tower Grove Park and on the east by the shops and restaurants on South Grand Boulevard, with the Morgan Ford Road strip running through its middle, Tower Grove South is one of the city’s largest neighborhoods. It encompasses grand single-family homes, more modest bungalows, apartment buildings and four-families. You can drink PBR or fine wine, eat food harvested from farms 50 miles away or imported from 10,000, jog through the park or sit on your ass watching the game. (Which game? The Cardinals or soccer piped in from Europe via satellite?) Best of all, even if you don’t know everyone you meet during an evening walk around the neighborhood, so many folks will smile and greet you, you’ll feel as though you do.
Want to live in TGS? Check out the options below.
3902 and 3904 Utah are the first two town homes in a 6 unit development. These town homes have 3 beds and 1.5 baths with 2-car covered parking. Chef’s kitchen features 42-inch cabinets, Cambria solid surface counter + full stainless appliances.
3862 Utah: $399,000. 3 beds and 2.5 baths with a 2-car garage. The interior features top of the line materials and finishes, custom woodwork, Perrin & Rowe bathroom fixtures, waterfall shower, soaking tub, heated floor, and so much more.
3928 Arsenal: $199,900. This home is park facing with 4 bedrooms and 1.5 baths.The restoration by its previous owner features a level of quality not commonly found in a “rehabbed” TGSouth home!