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University Park - A Neighborhood with Two Parks!

This beautiful and afordable neigbhorhoodd in University City is within walking distance to the Loop and Downtown Clayton and is tree lined with sidewalks!

When we first moved to St. Louis, we wanted a neighborhood that was reasonably priced and within walking distance to The Loop and Downtown Clayton.  We found our home in the 7300 block of Cornell in University Park in University City.  It had been owned by an architect for 18 years and they were meticulous about renovating and enhancing the home. This 3BR/1.5 BA house was ideal for us and we could walk almost anywhere we wanted within 20 minutes. As our family grew, we moved on but I am still fond of this neighborhood. Flanked by two parks, this neighborhood includes blocks 7000-7399 of Cornell, Princeton, Stanford & Cambridge. The homes in this neighborhood range from the lower $200s to, occassionaly, the mid $500s. There are a wide range of styles to choose from. 

Take a look at a few of the homes that are on the market:

  • 7307 Cornell is listed by Coldwell Banker Gundaker for $340,000. This 4 bedroom home is nearly 2,300 sq ft.
  • 7111 Cornell is listed by Coldwell Banker Gundaker for $339,000. The home includes a luxurious master bath with walk-in closet.
  • 7343 Cornell is listed by Robb Partners, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty for $219,000. This is a short sale home is a great opportunity for a buyer to personalize.

To see my blog regarding Litzsinger Rd in Ladue and where to find large lots in Clayton, please visit the Ladue-Frontenac Patch and the Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch.

If you have questions about a particular area, neighborhood or property, please feel free to contact me for additional information. 

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     About this Column: The market data is pulled from the Mid America Regional Information System.  All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. 

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