When most people think of a subdivision, they probably envision a large, multi-street development like you’d find in St. Charles County. But here in North County, if you look hard enough, what you’ll discover instead is a unique patchwork of “pocket” subdivisions, many comprised of just a single street.
10101 Knollcrest Drive sits smack in the middle of one of these, in a hidden little wedge of unincorporated NoCo just beyond the Dellwood border. Built in 1951, it’s one of just 29 homes in the Knollcrest subdivision, each resting on a big ol’ half-acre lot. Most of them are brick.
This little cutie is just a 2+1, but let me tell you, it is definitely worth more than its current asking price of $45,900. The nearby area around Chambers and West Florissant has taken a hit with foreclosures, so the 63136 zip code is certainly a drag. But it really is unfair for this lovely section of vintage homes, which is still nicely maintained and filled primarily with owners, many of whom have been there a long time.
So don’t let the price scare you. In fact, act fast! This is a nice, clean house on a nice, private street, and it was just listed yesterday. At $45,900, it’s a total bargain and will not last long…
Listing courtesy of Avianne Clay, Property Solutions Group, (314) 662-3037. More photos and info available here.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this great little 50s property (with commission paid by the seller, of course), I’d be happy to help!