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New Home Communities in Saint Charles County

Saint Charles County is a part of the Saint Louis metro area and makes up most of St. Louis' northern suburbs. Known for its wineries and vineyards, the county has gained national recognition and has been one of the nation's fastest growing counties for several decades and has become a home to both industry and agriculture alike. Major towns include the county seat which shares the name St. Charles, Wentzville, Lake St. Louis, St. Peters and O'Fallon. Both O'Fallon and St. Peters have been ranked in the "top 100 places to live" by Money Magazine.

Because of the steady growth rate and short commute to St. Louis there has been an increase in new home construction. Major builders in the area include Lombardo Homes, Payne Family Homes and Fischer & Fritchel Homes. There are some 50 Communities in the area, the largest of which are Bella Vista, Sommers Pointe, and Preston Woods.

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