14. Town and Country, MO
Town and Country, MO
Population: 10,655
Median family income: $185,555
Median home price: $524,000

A classic post-war suburb, Town and Country is for folks who want a little modernity with their luxury. Kid-friendly cul-de-sacs, big oak trees and delightful two-lane streets attract new residents to this St. Louis suburb. Homes range from humble one-stories to $3 million charmers with acreage for horses to graze.

Commercial ventures are pushed to the periphery of the city leaving vast swaths of residential space and undeveloped tracts in the middle. There's even room to hit the links at the Bellerive Country Club, which hosts a professional-class golf course.

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Last updated August 15 2011: 2:49 PM ET
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