If you are looking for a home in the Creve Coeur area, you should be looking at homes on the market or recently sold to see what you can buy at various price points. If you want to spend between $300,000 – $400,000 in Creve Coeur, looking at MLS listings or a real estate website such as Zillow or Realtor.com will help you understand what you can expect in this price range.

Creve Coeur MO:

Homes located in Creve Coeur MO, a suburb of St. Louis MO, are located in the zip codes of 63141 and 63146.

Plus, many of the homes are actually outside of the Creve Coeur city limits, and instead located in unincorporated land nearby. Most people consider these homes as part of the Creve Coeur area, and prices aren’t usually different inside or outside of the city limits. 


I actually grew up in the Creve Coeur area and my first St. Louis apartment was just a few miles away in Maryland Heights MO.

I know there streets without using maps or GPS. I can tell you what restaurants are where, and know all of the short cuts.


Homes Sold in Creve Coeur area:

13140 Greenbough Dr, St. Louis MO 63146 – sold 2019 $309,900
2 story – finished basement – updated
2294 SF – .53 acre lot
Built in 1968
Parkway School District

12345 Woodline, St. Louis MO 63141 – sold 2019 $315,000
2 story – finished basement – some updates – backs to woods
2080 SF – .20 acre lot
Built in 1973
Parkway School District

826 Mary Meadows Lane, Creve Coeur MO 63141 – sold 2019 $350,000
1 story – finished basement – updated
1693 SF – .34 acre lot
Built in 1958
Ladue School District

9162 Petite Royal Ct, St. Louis MO 63141 – sold 2019 $380,000
dated – unfinished basement – large deck
2939 SF – .43 acre lot
Built in 1977
Parkway School District

Typically, homes located just north or south of Olive Blvd. are less expensive than homes located near Ladue Rd. Both of these streets have a lot of traffic (Olive has 4 lanes with a turning lane in the middle, and Ladue has 2 lanes without a turning lane). Both streets also run the length of the Creve Coeur area from east to west.

Homes priced between $300,000 – $400,000 were typically built in the late 1950s through the 1970s. Newer homes will be more expensive. Most homes are large 1 story homes (ranch homes) or 2 story homes, most have basements, 2 car attached garages and large lots. There are also some multi-level homes in this area. 

The school district and location within Creve Coeur will have a big impact on pricing. 

Creve Coeur is surrounded by other popular areas of St. Louis, so many people looking in Creve Coeur also look in the neighboring communities. 


If you are ready to sell your St. Louis home, the agent you choose really makes a difference.