Webster Groves

Webster Groves

Ask anyone in the St. Louis region where to look for elegant homes and Webster Groves is sure to be one of the answers. Webster Groves has been named as one of America’s top places to live by CNN/Money. A visit to the community’s historic neighborhoods and historic sites will show you why. Webster’s historic streets are lined with graceful examples of Queen Anne Victorians, Italianate-style homes and turn-of-the-century American styles. Walk through the Webster Park neighborhood’s tree-lined streets, north of Lockwood and west of Bompart, for a great view of these lovingly maintained homes. Webster Groves’ tree-lined streets and abundance of single family homes have continued to attract people to the area as a “great place to live, work and play”.

One of best reasons to visit the businesses of Webster Groves is standing right behind the counter – the owner. When you shop here, chances are you’ll be working with the local shopkeeper to choose your items. The restaurants include tasteful fine-dining options, casual cafes, coffee shops, ice cream treats and tasty baked goods.

Webster Groves is proud to offer a school district, founded in 1868, that is committed to academic and personal success for each student. The district’s ACT and SAT scores are consistently well above the national averages. Students are offered a wide variety of honors courses and a range of well-rounded activities from sports to theater, music and art. Parents seeking private and parochial schools will also find choices in Webster Groves. Higher education options in the community include Webster University, a private university founded in 1915, and Eden Theological Seminary, established in 1850 and affiliated with the United Church of Christ.

(via the Webster Groves Website)

Webster Groves restaurants/shops
Shops and Restaurants line the streets of Downtown Webster Groves
Webster Groves Farmers Market
The Farmers Market runs on Thursdays from May through October
Webster Groves - Historic Homes
Go on a Historic Webster Walk highlighting its historically significant buildings