Not many cities offer multiple county living locations. According to the city website, Pacific, Mo. real estate encompasses St. Louis, Franklin and Jefferson counties. This is a bit unusual, but does allow for some flexibility in taxation benefits. For instance, Jefferson County residents do get a discount at Jefferson College. If one was seeking a degree specific to the college, the savings could be significant. Home prices are equally appealing. According to the St. Louis multiple listing service, the median sale price for a home in Pacific, Mo. is $120,000.
For those interested in St. Louis real estate, pricing and location makes Pacific is a viable option. You may find that it combines a touch of country living with ease of access. According to the Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce website, Pacific “… is located just off Interstate 44 on one of the largest stretches of Old Route 66. In the heart of many attractions, Pacific offers the relaxed pace of county living with a close proximity to the Greater St. Louis area.” Outdoor lovers will enjoy living in the area. Some of the nearby recreational opportunities include the Shaw Nature Reserve in Gray Summit, Six Flags St. Louis in Eureka, Pacific Palisades Conservation Area, camping and more.
One of the advantages to purchasing a home in Pacific is the availability of land. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of owning a small ranch with a custom home. By moving a bit outside of traditional St. Louis County areas that may be somewhat landlocked, you open up a variety of options. If you prefer buying an existing home, your Prudential Select Properties agent can help you find Pacific homes for sale or Pacific open houses. Please visit www.discoversstl.com to find an agent conveniently near you and to preview a list of homes available.