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Best Neighborhoods In & Around Town and Country, MO

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Hi-Pointe, St. Louis869.52,160
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis8612.21,205
Ellendale, St. Louis839.61,951
Forest Park, St. Louis8110.50
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Lindenwood Park, St. Louis809.78,741
Oarondelet Park, St. Louis7912.6837
Franz Park, St. Louis779.51,682
North Hampton, St. Louis7610.98,316

Best Cities Near Town and Country, MO

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Glendale, MO895.85,917
Ballwin, MO884.630,431
Webster Groves, MO887.423,111
Kirkwood, MO884.827,614
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Manchester, MO873.718,183
Champ, MO877.97
Oakland, MO876.31,649
O'Fallon, MO8717.284,018
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A Delightful and Exciting Location to Live

For Me, living in Town and Country, Missouri is the best. I’m serious. They have a little bit of everything all rolled into one very nice city. There is an old town historical portion that has some interesting sights to see dating all the way back to 1886 although the city was under a different name at that time. Today there are plenty of very nice restaurants, parks, stores which brings many good employment opportunities to our city. There are even some great gyms here that I love going to for working out. Having a very stable housing and business market tethered together with a very low crime rate is also what has made this one a winner for me. We have a great police force here who does a great job of keeping our city secure. I can take my dog for a walk at night with no fears of anyone bothering me or go for an early morning jog on some of the trails at the esteemed Queeny Park and feel completely safe. Oh, by the way, one of the best areas in Town and Country is Edgar M. Queeny, County Park. It is a really fun place to go and has plenty of playgrounds, tennis courts, wildlife, picnic sites, fishing ponds and jogging or hiking trails. The park is located right here adjacent to the border of our city. With a variety of fun recreational activities spread over more than 500 acres, this top-rated park and the city of Town and Country, Missouri definitely has something for everyone.
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Source: The Town and Country, MO data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).