The City of Huntleigh Missouri is located in Mid St. Louis County in the 63131 zip code. It is about 25 miles west of Downtown St. Louis when using Interstate 64. The city was incorporated in 1929 and at that time covered 480 acres with only 13 residents living there. Today, the City of Huntleigh is still all residential and after two land additions, now covers 750 acres and includes about 104 homes. Important roads for the community are Lindbergh Blvd, North Geyer Road and Huntleigh Woods.
The City of Huntleigh lies across two public school districts, Ladue School District and Kirkwood School District. A student's home address will determine what district they would attend.
The Bridlespur Hunt Club, located in Defiance, Missouri in St. Charles County, was originally located in Huntleigh on Squires Lane. It also had a steeplechase course on the land that Plaza Frontenac now sits on. It was founded in 1927 by Edward E. Bakewell, Sr., a Huntleigh resident, and August A. Busch, Sr. World War II suspended the activity at the club in Huntleigh and only resumed when Bridlespur was moved to its St. Charles County location.
Within the City of Huntleigh is a St. Louis County Landmark. It is the John P. Meyer House, built in 1937-1938, and was designed by the St. Louis born architect, Charles Eames who studied under the distinguished Finnish architect, Eliel Saarinen (father of Eero Saarinen). Eames later became famous for his furniture, some of which was used to furnish the home, films and exhibits.
City of Huntleigh Missouri
c/o Peter von Gontard
120 South Central, Ste 1600
Saint Louis, MO 63105