Early settlers of Crestwood were Scotch Irish, French, and Germans. One of the first known landowners in the Crestwood area was the Sappington family. John Sappington was a Revolutionary War soldier who was a bodyguard to George Washington at Valley Forge.
Elementary Schools: Crestwood Elementary School, Kennerly Elementary School, Long Elementary School, Sappington Elementary
Middle Schools: Sperreng Middle School, Truman Middle School
High Schools: Lindbergh High School
Crestwood provides its residents with several public parks, including Crestwood Park, which has baseball fields, soccer fields, a playground, and tennis courts. There is also Whitecliff Park, which is where the Crestwood Community Center and the Crestwood Aquatic Center are located along with a public water park. Next to Whitecliff Park in a tiny city called Grantwood Village is Grant’s Farm, the animal farm which is owned by Anheuser-Busch. Grant’s Farm is free and open during the summer. It is now home to free-roaming buffalo, zebras, and deer along with many other animals, and is located on property that was once owned by president Ulysses S. Grant. These features are great examples of why the area is in such high demand. It is the ideal city to live in for an active family.
With the growing residential areas and the long list of activities to participate in within the area, it is no surprise that Crestwood real estate is so popular for those looking to move to the St. Louis area. This is the perfect, safe area for you to find or build your new house in. At Ellie Cade Custom Homes, customer service is our top priority. We provide you with the specific type of Crestwood home you are searching for. It is our guarantee that you will be completely satisfied with your home from Ellie Cade Custom Homes. If you are interested in building a home or Crestwood homes for sale, let us help! We want to show you what Crestwood living is all about and there is no better time than now! Give us a call to learn more and let us help you create your dream home today!