Kirkwood Real Estate
Bowing to its one-time moniker as the “queen of the suburbs,” Kirkwood continues to exude a royal attitude that’s evolved into good old-fashioned small town charm. Families flock here to take advantage of great schools, an abundance of churches and a neighborly existence, while visitors and residents take advantage of the assorted shopping, dining and family-friendly entertainment options, most within walking distance of the center square. Famous for its farmers’ market and historic train station, this community is rife with fun and entertainment for the whole family.
Kirkwood, was established in 1853 and today covers approximately nine square miles, with a population of 27,540 (according to 2010 census information). For other important information about the City, be sure to check out the Demographics and History page on this Website. For upcoming events, check out the online Calendar, the Press Room, or read our most recent newsletters.
Kirkwood is an historic City. Both the Kirkwood Train Station and the Downtown Business District have been selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. Several Kirkwood neighborhoods are also on the Register. Additional information about historic preservation is available on this Website.