Crestwood Elementary School 1020 S Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 Crestwood Elementary School has limited lot parking along busy Sappington Road in the north easterly section of…More Crestwood. The historic Sappington House is across the street, and Grant's Trail -- for hiking and biking -- runs behind it. A fenced-in playground sits out front and colorful murals adorn the brick walls of the otherwise typical one-floor school. Parents have praised the school's families for high involvement.
The Tea Barn 1015 S Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 The Tea Barn is located at the historic Sappington House Complex. Stop in for High Tea or just a cup of coffee and…More delicious dessert. The menu includes wraps and sandwiches, as well as vegetarian options. The facility is also available for private parties in the afternoons and evenings.
ABC Masonry 9041 Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 ABC Masonry is a masonry contractor. Its services include contruction of fireplaces, patio work and driveways.
All Safe & Sound 9538 Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 All Safe and Sound is a provider of security systems for residential and commercial customers in St. Louis. Services…More include alarm systems, security guards and patrol.
Claire Gempp Davidson Memorial Conservation Area 9227 Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 The trails here wind through natural forests and conservation areas. Wildflowers in bloom are quite a sight.…More Minimal parking is available along the west side of Sappington Road beside the park entrance. The park is next door to Southview School, which likely provides additional parking on the weekends. Picnics are discouraged. Area workers appear to take lunch breaks at the park, sitting in their cars.
Friends of Father Dickson Cemetery 845 S Sappington Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 Friends of Father Dickson Cemetery is located at Big Bend and Sappington Road. This is one of the earliest public…More cemeteries available to black people. Friends of Father Dickson Cemetery is considered a historic site and some of the famous people who have been buried here are Father Moses Dickson, an abolitionist, John Vashon, an attorney, James Milton Turner, an educator, and Henry Lewis, known as the Steamboat.
Sappington Shoe Repair 11622 Gravois Rd, Saint Louis, MO63126 Step into this little shop crowded with pots of polish sitting in racks and pairs of soles hanging on the walls and…More you're immediately overwhelmed by the smell of leather and shoe shine. The sounds of cobbling hum from the back workroom. Founded in the 1956, Anthony Sisson is the current owner of Sappington Shoe Repair. You'll find it in a small brick building along Gravois that houses just two other shops. There is limited parking.
Providence Reformed Presbyterian Church is a worshipping Christian community that seeks to proclaim the gospel of…More Jesus Christ. Members believe in the importance of Sunday morning worship, prayer and song, the reading and preaching of the scriptures and the devotion to the sacraments.
Providence Reformed Presbyterian Church was formed as a daughter church of The Covenant Presbyterian Church of St. Louis. When Covenant's pews began to overflow in the 1980s, a small worship group began to meet at the Masonic Lodge at Sappington Road and Eddie and Park Road in Crestwood. Over time, members determined a second church was needed.
Alterations by Vladimir 16 Crestwood Executive Ctr, Saint Louis, MO63126 Alterations by Vladimir is located at the Watson Road and New Sappington Road intersection in the Crestwood Executive…More Center. Vladimir has been in business for more than 20 years. The services offered are alterations, tailoring and embroidery.