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Our Favorite Neighborhoods - UNIVERSITY HILLS - University City, MO

University Hills in University City is highlighted as offering U City's best examples of period revival architecture.

What is not to love in this neighborhood! With wide streets and mature trees, it is certainly one of the prettiest neighborhoods in University City, MO and includes some of U City’s best examples of period revival architecture, with a heavy emphasis on English and Mediterranean genres.  

In the “Upper Hills” – Teasdale, Greenway, Creveling & Overhills, there are larger 3,500+ sq ft homes with stunning architectural details from the 1920s and 1930s.  The lower part of the Hills (closer to downtown Clayton) offers smaller homes, but with some of the same beautiful details as the larger homes. From this neighborhood, residents can walk to downtown Clayton, the Delmar Loop, and Washington University’s Hilltop Campus. This private neighborhood maintains its own, very helpful website. Some readers will be amused by the “Excessive Dog Barking Proceedure.” 

Homes in this neighborhood will sell from the $300Ks to the $900Ks. Within the last year there were 16 homes that sold in this neighborhood. 

  • 541 Warran Ave. recently sold for $577,000 listed by Janet McAffee. This home had a 1st floor family room addition that was open to the beautifully updated kitchen. This is a beautiful home in pristine condition. 
  • 7317 Teasdale is currently offered for sale at $650,000 by Robb Partners, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty. This home includes a fantastic floor plan of formal and informal spaces. The formal spaces include period plaster moldings. There is a unique solarium breezeway between the garage and home that could be used as a special retreat year round. 

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About this Column: This information was provided by the Mid America Regional Information System. All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

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