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Maryland Heights: Housing Market Trends | Arch City Homes

Housing Market Trends:

Maryland Heights Real EstateTrulia

 

Housing Profile:

Maryland Heights offers a wide range of affordable housing.

Housing tends to be more expensive in the Parkway School District portions of Maryland Heights. Properties are primarily single family homes, condominiums, townhouses and rental properties. Most of the single family homes are ranch, split levels or 2 story homes built in the 1960-1980s.

The city of Maryland Heights also includes a Westport Plaza, an outdoor shopping and entertainment district, Creve Coeur Park, Aquaport, an outdoor concert venue and a casino.

Maryland Heights community statistics…

Schools:

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Maryland Heights residents attend either Parkway School District or Pattonville School District.

Parkway School District is considered one of the best public school districts in the St. Louis area, covering much of West County. Parkway has 4 high schools, 5 middle schools and 18 elementary schools. Click here to see a boundary map for Parkway schools or for the state report card through the Dept. of Education.

The Pattonville School District includes parts of North County in the area around the airport and also includes the northern edges of the West County area near the Westport Plaza area.

Pattonville School District has 1 high school, 2 middle schools and 7 elementary schools.

Click here to see a boundary map for Pattonville schools, state report card through the Dept. of Education or Census bureau statistics.

More information on St. Louis area schools…