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The Town & Country/Frontenac area is conveniently located just 12 miles west of the City of St. Louis in central St. Louis County. The municipalities are conveniently located along Interstate 64/Highway 40 and Interstate 270. The community is connected with area roads that provide easy access to shopping, entertainment, recreation and more.

Since the area is a mere 20 minutes from St. Louis, it is easy to take advantage of some of the finest transportation systems available providing access to a number of fine historical and other popular attractions across town. Transportation options include Metro, which operates MetroBus, MetroLink and Call-A-Ride, and Lambert International Airport.

City of Town & Country

Town & Country is an affluent suburban community among over 100 other municipalities in the Greater St. Louis Region, with a population of 11,000. Town & Country is also home to a diversified commercial and office community and many churches and schools. Originally, it was made up of woodlands and farms, which slowly transformed into a large-lot, residential community for those seeking a more rural lifestyle while maintaining a relatively convenient drive from the city. Subdivision developments with many cul-de-sacs located off of the major collector and arterial routes typify the physical development pattern.

City of Frontenac

Approximately 3,400 residents live inside this thriving community. Basically residential, Frontenac also has a flourishing commercial community.

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The shopping areas include Plaza Frontenac, Old Frontenac Square and Le Chateau Village. A wide variety of specialty shops and fine restaurants are located in these areas.

Some of the major points of interest in Frontenac are the old Des Peres Presbyterian Church and Cemetery, located on Geyer Road. This church was established in 1832 and was the first of its kind west of the Mississippi. The Van Dyke home on Oak Valley Drive and the Hartenbach home on Geyer Road are two remaining historic residences, dating back to the late 1800s.

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