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The Neighborhood

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Find a great new lifestyle close to St. Louis.

Located in St. Charles County, this once tiny farming town is now a comfortable suburban city recognized as one of the country’s best places to live. Enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty of The Watermark at St. Peters with shopping, restaurants, and entertainment only minutes away. 

When you need a change of scenery, St. Louis is only a 30-minute drive away. Catch a St. Louis Cardinals game, check out the views from the Gateway Arch, visit the famous St. Louis Zoo, and more. Another option is to head north to Springfield, IL, where you can visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Dana Thomas House, and the stunning 405-foot glass dome at the Illinois State Capital building. 

A farmer on a tractor.

A Brief History of St. Peters

St. Peters was founded by French traders in the late 18th century. With the arrival of German immigrants between 1830 and 1850, the region grew into a prosperous farming community. Eventually, St. Peters became a town in 1910 and ultimately a city in 1959. 

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What’s happening around St. Peters.

Check out what’s going on in the neighborhood with live updates and events from art shows to concerts, entertainment and musical events, local festivals, and more. 

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