Centrally located in St. Louis County. It is rare to find a Airbnb in the county- most municipalities do not allow them. Tons of charm, clean & cozy. The master- queen, 2nd bed- full and the living room - regular couch, a love seat and an additional flip out couch. Tons of shopping; grocery and retail. Hwy 44 and Hwy 270 super close for easy travel access. 15 minutes to the city (pending traffic). The garage has a ping pong table, a poker table, and a dart board. High speed internet at 100mps. No pets allowed- sorry I have a dog myself but I want people that have allergies to be able to stay also.
About Shanna Hall
I am a Realtor and love people!
Shanna Hall purchased this House in 2000
Why Shanna Hall chose Saint Louis
I lived in this house for 10 years before turning it into a rental when I bought my second house. I have always loved this home and plan on moving back into it when I downsize later in life;)
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Centrally located in St. Louis County. It is rare to find an Airbnb in the county- most municipalities do not allow whole house rentals. Tons of shopping; grocery and retail. Hwy 44 and Hwy 270 super close for easy travel access. 15 minutes to the city (pending traffic). 19 minutes from the Monument Gateway Arch and almost everything St. Louis city has to offer is between the house and the Arch;)
Kirkwood, Missouri was founded in 1853 following the St. Louis Fire and the cholera outbreak that killed 1/10th of the downtown St. Louis residents (1849). It was the first planned suburb located west of the Mississippi River and outside of the St. Louis City boundaries.
Known as the “Queen of the St. Louis Suburbs,” Kirkwood once began as an early railroad commuter town. In 1850, Hiram W. Leffingwell and Richard Smith Elliott bought 14 miles of land that would go on to be developed into the 9-square mile community known today as the city of Kirkwood. Around this time, James P. Kirkwood (chief engineer for the Missouri Pacific Railroad) began to lay a route for the Pacific Railroad. When the railroad reached the community in 1853, lots were sold to form the Kirkwood Association.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Kirkwood train station, built in 1893, continues to function today: it is the only stop that Amtrak makes in the St. Louis metropolitan area (outside of the central city).
The downtown business district and a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Ebsworth Park Foundation are also located on the NRHP.
Located in Southwest St. Louis County, Kirkwood is home to more than 300 acres of park land, boasts quality public and private schools and high property values. The downtown district is home to many restaurants as well as the Kirkwood Farmer’s Market, an outdoor market that hosts more than 300 local businesses contribute.