Park-like neighborhoods and private roads make individual neighborhoods feel like towns to themselves. Every lawn is cared for, and every road is well paved. People enjoying a uniform look and calm, peaceful neighborhoods will find Ladue a breath of fresh air. Housing choices range from spacious and elegant Tudors to custom estates.
Ladue began as a farming community and home to several prominent area families. Once automobiles began to replace horses and wagons as a way of getting around, area farmers began selling portions of their land to city dwellers looking for a more quiet pastoral setting.
We’ll be honest: Ladue is designed to be a secluded destination, not a commuter haven. That said, the main road, Ladue Road, gives easy access to downtown Clayton and highway 170.
Recently restarted, the annual Dogwood Parade and Festival provides an opportunity to bring together residents, business merchants, and students. Ladue also houses the oldest and most respected country club in the area.
Shopping centers and restaurants line Ladue Road near the highways and nestle among Ladue’s tree-canopied neighborhoods. Gourmet foods, upscale menswear, antiques, and fancy restaurants are the norm for Ladue’s well-off citizenry.
The Ladue school system has its own motto: “Honoring tradition, continuing excellence.” Indeed, the schools live up to this motto with some of the most highly rated schools in the area.
PARKS & REC
Affton White-Rodgers Community Center | Contains an 8,000-square foot gymnasium for events, basketball, and volleyball. It also has a fitness room with various exercise equipment, and weight center.
Bee Tree Park | This 199-acre park features a memorial garden, fountain, and overlook dedicated to Lindell Gordon and R. Walston Chubb. The park includes a playground, trails, fishing, and wedding sites.
Zip Code: 63124
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