RESIDENTS ARE DRAWN TO LADUE FOR THE PRIVATE STREETS, LARGE VERDANT LOTS, BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND AWARD-WINNING SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Ladue is very reminiscent of areas such as Greenwich Connecticut. Located between Frontenac, Clayton, Brentwood and Creve Coeur is the city of Ladue. This inner-ring suburb is located just minutes away from St. Louis City, with easy access to Interstates 170 and 64/40.
Residents of Ladue are served by the Ladue School District, which consistently vies with Clayton for the number one or number two top spots in the State.
One of Ladue’s most famous residents was baseball icon Stan Musial, who lived here prior to his passing in 2013. As a first-ballot inductee into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1969, Musial’s career with Major League Baseball and the St. Louis Cardinals is legendary.
The St. Louis Country Club of Ladue is home to a private golf course that is said to be one of the oldest and most prestigious in the country. Designed by Charles B. Macdonald, also known as “The Father of Golf,” the course officially opened in 1892 and is one of only a handful of courses that Macdonald fully designed himself.
On either side of Ladue City Hall, you’ll find the two shopping areas which are home to many of Ladue’s local restaurants and specialty stores like Palm Health, Truffles Restaurant and Sportsman’s Park Restaurant & Bar, Sign of the Arrow, Pink Magnolia and Lesters.