Maplewood Real Estate Information

A mid-sized inner-ring suburb of St. Louis, Maplewood, Missouri, is a city of 1.5 square miles of land in St. Louis County. More than 9,000 residents called the town home at the time of the 2000 census, and these residents had a median household income of around $30,000 and an average age of just over 33 years old. The city sits right outside the St. Louis city limits and was historically located at the end of St. Louis's streetcar lines. It was near major railroad lines as well, and several homes built in the heyday of the railroad era, in the early decades of the 20th century, still stand, and some are quite well-preserved. The city was settled by a man named Charles Gratiot, who left Switzerland from America and eventually married Victorie Chouteau, the daughter of Madame Marie Therese Chouteau, one of St. Louis's founding families.

The city is home to two stops on the St. Louis Metro Link light rail system, offering residents and visitors multiple options for gaining easy access into the city. There are also several bus routes that transverse the town and connect into St. Louis as well as to other nearby towns.Maplewood is just 15 minutes from the St. Louis Lambert International Airport and it has direct links to highways 40 and 44, making it easy to access the surrounding areas of St. Louis County.

The largest employers in Maplewood include Sunnen Products Company, Enterprise Rent A Car, Richmond Heights School District, Shop 'N' Save, Essex Industries and Allegiance Health Care.There are 11 parks maintained by the city, plus a dog park. The most notable parks are RyanHummert Memorial Park and Deer Creek Park. Each year residents of the town celebrate its heritage with the four-day festival, Maple Days.