When you request the best, these area real estate agents don’t disappoint. Sitting in St. Louis’ most desirable zip codes are these impressive on-the-market homes, featuring ample square footage, impeccable details and luxurious amenities. If you’re looking to have it all, your search might just be over.


13398 Conway Road



This Town and Country home features four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a separate catering kitchen, tennis courts and an 80-foot fire-engine garage.

“This 75-year-old home was designed by Maritz and Young, which is typically found in Clayton, Ladue or Huntleigh. The house has been substantially remodeled and updated—it’s a real country estate.” – John Ryan, Coldwell Banker Gundaker


10 Overbrook Drive



The custom home on this 5-acre property contains six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a four-car garage and a full lower-level apartment with private entrance.

“It’s probably the most unique floor plan in the area—it’s very open. The home has soaring, dramatic views from floor to ceiling, and sits on a very private lot.” – Julie Lane, Janet McAfee Real Estate


26 Clermont Lane



Featuring five bedrooms and eight bathrooms, this completely renovated Ladue home features an expansive media room, gourmet kitchen and five-car garage.

“This home is great for entertaining on the first floor, thanks to things like the sound system, media room and wine cellar overlooking the dining room.” – Gina Bundy, Gladys Manion


11235 Hunters Pond Road



Midst its 9,500-some square feet of living space, this home has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a unique lower level featuring a wet bar, wine cellar, batting cage and more.

“The house is breathtaking. You first enter in the two-story foyer with a custom chandelier and marble floors—and just past that is the huge living room, and its floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the pool.” - Joelle Zieren, Prudential Alliance Realtors


1091 Wings Road



This 12,000-plus square foot Old World-meets-French Country home in St. Albans houses six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a carriage house.

“The house, which features incomparable, Old-World details, is very impressive itself-- but you can’t duplicate the view. You see the sweeping Missouri River; and on the other side, you see Augusta’s wine country.” – Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty


9018 Stonebridge Drive



This five bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom home sports notable architectural details, such as built-ins and custom millwork, as well as coffered, barrel and box-beam ceilings.

“It is 5,800 square feet of grand style. Everything in the house is monumental: open floor plan, oversized fireplaces, tall ceilings…there are even two master suites!” – Elaine Medve, Prudential Select Properties


411 Yorkshire Place



This Webster Groves New England Colonial home features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and a deluxe children’s backyard playhouse.

“It’s a very impressive example of a 1930s classic Colonial architecture, with all the moldings, wainscoting, bay windows and built-in cabinets. It has all of the charm of the 1930s, but it is updated and features an expansive addition.” – Vicki Holton, Keller Williams Realty


1751 North Woodlawn Ave.



On this 20-some acre estate sits a home with 10-foor ceilings, five bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a four-car garage and a dramatic, floating staircase.

“On the outside, the house is very private, because so much of the area around it is undeveloped. On the inside, the house has been superbly maintained and was made with true craftsmanship.” – Megan Rowe, Laura McCarthy Real Estate