Just a short drive from the Arch near Interstate 55 and Gravois, there is plenty to do in this historic section of St. Louis real estate. Along with the rich architecture, perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of the area is its eateries. Gus’ Pretzels may be one of the more well-known St. Louis institutions that are a product of Benton Park, which according to Wikipedia.com has been open since 1920.
The Blues City Deli draws crowds nearly every Saturday afternoon for their scrumptious sandwiches and toe-tapping Blues music. Lovers of fried chicken have been known to come from all around to dine at Hodacks, while the Benton Park Café offers its own brand of live music and cuisine.
According to BentonPark.com, “One of the best known areas of the Benton Park neighborhood is the Cherokee Antique Row.” Shops and eateries line this unique district. Culture and art can be found throughout Cherokee Street, which includes the well-knownCasa Loma Ballroom that has hosted dancers for many years.
For homebuyers that seek a touch of art with a stately presence, you may find that turn of the century Benton Park homes for sale are often brick and multi-level. Whether you design to modernize with a custom rehab or find a finished home with original architectural features, your Prudential Select Properties agent is here to help. We invite you explore the charm and elegance of Benton Park open houses other real estate in this historic area.