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Eureka Real Estate

Neighborhood Guide – Homes for Sale in Eureka

Population of City of Eureka 27,177;

Median Household Income of City of Eureka $82,596

Here are a few reasons to consider homes for sale in Eureka, Missouri.

Nestled in Convenience

Located in the junction of Highway I-44 and 109, the City of Eureka has convenient access to all areas of Southwest St. Louis County. Creating a small-town atmosphere with its State parks and surrounding views, Eureka has become home to many of those looking for a change in St. Louis scenery.

“Distinction in Performance”

The City of Eureka is located within the Rockwood School District. Along with their award-winning Elementary, Middle, and High Schools, the Rockwood School District is also home to two private elementary schools and many preschools. Eureka is within driving distance of many technical schools, two-year and four-year colleges and universities.

Stay Healthy

The Timbers of Eureka Recreation Center consists of an outdoor pool, gymnasium, fitness center, and party rooms. Berry Park is 23 acres with a pavilion available to rent, playground, and a trail that connects to Eureka High School. It is also home to the Eureka Dog Park. The Flat Creek Trail connects Legion Park to Kircher Park and ties into the Meramec Greenway trail system.

Nature and Nutrition

One of the most popular attractions in Eureka is Six Flags over St. Louis. Thrill rides and a state of the art waterpark bring in guests from all over the country. In the winter months, visitors can take full advantage of Hidden Valley Ski Resort with skiing, snowboarding, and tubing down the popular slopes. Spend the day as a family or with friends camping at the Jellystone Park Resort. During the holidays, guests can drive through the park and view the thousands of Holiday Lights, one of the parks most popular yearly attraction. Grab a bite to eat at Johnny Rockets or Poor Richard’s Restaurant and Sports Bar where you can select from extensive menus of great American style foods.