Tree Huggers Make Great Neighbors

Dawn Griffin Posted by
St. Louis Nov 2008

On Saturday, November 8, several resident from Compton Hill Reservoir Square and Compton Heights planted more then 40 trees on the north side of Reservoir Park.

Now there two rows, one of Witch Hazel and one of Redbud that will create a great hedge between I-44 below and the reservoir above.

There are several houses currently available for sale in the neighborhood. If you want a historic home and are interested in doing some rehab work try 3016 Geyer which is being offered for sale by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Another opportunity to buy an old house that needs some work is available at 2010 Longfellow. For a home that is finished, try 3213 Russell.

2930 Geyer, looks like a doll house with its perfectly painted front porch, landscaping and wrought-iron fence.

Need something a little bigger? How about 3163 Russell. Think of the Thanksgiving dinner and New Year’s Party you could have here!

On Tuesday the 11th at 7PM, Compton Hill Reservoir Square will be hosting the monthly meeting. If you are interested in finding out more about the neighborhood, this would be a good way to get to know the neighbors.

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