Mid-Century Ranch Homes, a St. Louis Architect’s View
Alan Berkowitz, a St. Louis architect, gives us his insights into the positives of renovating a mid-century ranch home.
There are so many unique communities across the St. Louis area…more neighborhoods than one could ever hope to explore on a website alone. Each area and individual neighborhood has its own vibe. From the row-houses of Soulard, one of the oldest neighborhoods that evolved in the 1840s, to the grand frame houses in Webster Groves with large front porches, to the classic colonials of Kirkwood, to newer executive communities in Chesterfield and Town & Country.
There is a home and special neighborhood for every home buyer searching in St. Louis. Stop and ask residents walking down the street what they love about living in St. Louis and what they love about their neighborhood and you will hear an array of compelling beliefs. Frequently mentioned advantages include a sense of community, easy commuting times, sports leagues and lessons, well-supported cultural institutions, and many music venues. From Cardinals Baseball, the Saint Louis Symphony, and our various museums to neighborhood 4th of July Parades and lemonade stands, St. Louis offers small-town appeal with big-city amenities.
Many from St. Louis that move away return. Many that move to St. Louis from another city can’t be recruited away once they are here. Some know they have a good thing in St. Louis and choose to never leave.
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