Town and Country
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RESIDENTS ARE DRAWN TO THE AREA FOR THE EQUESTRIAN TERRAIN,
LARGE ESTATE HOMES AND PRIVACY.
If you were to stand at the intersection of Clayton and Mason Road and travel back in time to 1886 you may be surprised to find out that you would not be standing in Town and County. Back then Town and Country was known as Altheim, Missouri. Today, Town and Country encompasses more than 11.68 square miles with a population of over 10,000 residents. Some of the city’s most famous residents include MLB Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith, famous NBC sports commentator Bob Costas and Scottrade CEO Rodger O. Riney.
A beautiful, new Town Center project is underway, having broken ground in 2018 just yards away from the original 1886 town center and close to the beloved Longview Farm Park.
Located just west of Mason Rd, Longview Farm Park continues to be a leading attraction in Town & Country for both young and old. It is a place where the community gathers to make personal connections, promote healthy lifestyles and create memories.
It is the site of yoga classes, weddings, picnics and a multitude of other events and meetings. Trails wind through the woods, around the lake and alongside the stables and pasture. Longview also plays host to the Turkey Trot, Holiday Boutique, and Art, Wine & Music event as well as a number of new activities such as tennis lessons and summer camps for children. Without a doubt, Longview Farm Park is the crown jewel of Town & Country.
Residents of Town and Country are served by the Parkway, Kirkwood and Ladue School Districts.
Located in Town and Country is the Bellerive Country Club. Dating back to 1897, the course was designed by Robert T. Jones, a world-renowned golf course architect. Measuring more than 7,547 yards, the course served as the host of the 2013 Senior PGA Championship and the 100th annual PGA Championship in 2018.
Maryville University, a private, coeducational university, is located in Town and Country and offers more than 90 degrees at an undergraduate, masters and doctoral decree.
Major companies have their headquarters located in Town and County, such as Charter Communications, the third largest cable television service in the United States, and Savvis.
Town and Country’s Myseum is St. Louis County’s newest interactive science and fine arts activity museum that had its grand opening in 2012.