Once a farming community, Oakville has expanded and become a large commercial area and a popular neighborhood. Bordered by Mississippi and Meramec rivers and plenty of green space, it’s no wonder residents come and stay.

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While Oakville is close to downtown St. Louis and a major interstate, its neighborhoods manage to retain a peaceful, close feeling. Single-family and townhomes are the main real estate of Oakville. Many residents have lived in the neighborhood for five years or longer.


Oakville's origins are shrouded in mystery as oral recollections begin to fade as they're handed down from generation to generation.


Oakville is near Interstate 270, which wraps around the city, and Highway 255 that takes you into Illinois. It is no more than a 20-minute drive from downtown.


The neighborhood has a history of German heritage. Today, residents have create their own bonds and stay connected through school and community events.


Residents can be cave explores at Cliff Cave Park or zoologists at Grant’s Farm. While Oakville hosts its own nightlife, downtown isn’t far for big city shows and events.


Oakville is part of the Mehlville School District. Oakville High School has been ranked one of the best schools in the St. Louis area.


Cliff Cave Park | Also known as “Indian Cave” it has the second longest cave passage in St. Louis County. The park also features fishing and trails.

 Bee Tree Park | This 199-acre park features a memorial garden, fountain, and overlook dedicated to Lindell Gordon and R. Walston Chubb. The park includes a playground, trails, fishing, and wedding sites.


Population: 31,750

Zip Code: 63129

Hospital: St. Anthony’s

Libraries: Cliff Cave

Connect: Oakville, MO


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