Oakville Real Estate
Neighborhood Guide – Homes for Sale in Oakville
Population of City of Oakville 37,007
Median Household Income of City of Oakville: $80,892
Here are a few reasons to consider homes for sale in Oakville, Missouri
South St. Louis County at Lemay Ferry and Telegraph is home to Oakville, Missouri. A town
with spectacular views of both the Mississippi and Meramec River, Oakville is a quiet and quaint
place to call home.
Educating the young minds of Oakville are the exceptional educators of the Mehlville R-IX
School District. With a curriculum focused on personalized learning, the Mehlville School District
serves more than 10,000 students in the area and gives students the tools to become critical
thinkers, role models, and students of character and excellence.
Located between the Meramec and Mississippi River, Oakville is home to both Cliff Cave
County Park and Bee Tree County Park. Complete with trails, playgrounds, picnic sites, and
views of the rivers, both parks are stocked with those outdoor amenities that families are looking
Planthaven Farms Garden Center is the one-stop-shop for all that you may need to spruce up
your yard. Be sure to stop by on the weekends for design demonstrations and other special
events held at Planthaven Farms.
Glazed and Confused paint and pottery might be a place for a group outing
or a way to create some fun on a rainy or cold day.
Things to Do
KT’s SmokeHouse Saloon has everything that you need for a night out. Great food and local music fill the atmosphere Want a great spot to catch the game? Test your skills at trivia? Perform your favorite song Karaoke-style? The Blarney Stone Sports Bar and Grill is the perfect spot for food, drinks, and entertainment. If something more laid back and casual is on the menu for the night, Bill Gianino’s Traditional Italian Restaurant is a welcoming and warm gathering place for family, friends, and celebrations.
OSP Tap Haus boasts 50 beer taps, while most are rotated seasonally, many of the favorites are kept in the house all year round. In an effort to support the locals, almost half come from St. Louis and surrounding area breweries. Not a beer lover? No problem! Come in and try from our collection of 50 bourbons and a wide variety of other spirits.
If wine is more to your pallet’s liking, attend a tasting or sip and share some of the farm to fork flavors at Bottle Cellars Taste/Take and Cellar House Eat/Drink.
Perk It Up coffee shop is a great place to enjoy the rich flavors of all of your coffee favorites. From dark and bold to cappuccinos and hot chocolates, every visitor can be sure to find something to their liking.
Kids and adults both enjoy the sweet treats available at Crazy Cups frozen yogurt/ice cream shop.