Lincoln County residents have seen the advancement of new business development and new home construction, from the St. Charles County area into their communities. With nearby employment opportunities, families are able to move into small towns and rural areas seeking the relaxed lifestyle that comes with country living. An estimated 44,000 people live in Lincoln County including the towns of Winfield, Moscow Mills and Troy. Residents enjoy living in such a beautiful, rolling countryside and natural areas from the Mississippi River to the Cuivre River State. Highway 61 runs north through the heart of Lincoln County and just south connects up with Interstates 70 and 40, providing easy access to St. Charles and the St. Louis region.
The town of Troy was established in 1819 and has grown at an incredible rate over the last 10 years. As the county seat of Lincoln County, Troy has a growing business community, civic organizations, great schools and community involvement. Affordable housing can be found in town, new home developments or out on country properties.
Many residents of the St. Louis area know Warren County for it's scenic recreational landscape. The Village of Innsbrook has golf, tennis and lakes and Marthasville and Dutzow with it's wineries and the Katy Trail.
Warren County today is growing at a fast pace because of the development of the counties east of it. Mainly a rural agricultural county, Warren County is a hunter's and fisherman's delight.
Located along Interstate 70, Wright City shares in the growth and development from the St. Charles and St. Louis area. Housing is available in town or in the rural area surrounding Wright City.
Warrenton is the county seat of Warren County. Located along Interstate 70, Warrenton offers recreational opportunities, public and private schools, civic groups and a relaxed living environment.
The small town of Marthasville with a population of 847 is well known to bicyclists and winery enthusiasts.
Bicyclist travel the Katy Trail, a 92 mile trail that runs thru Marthasville along the Missouri River on abandoned railroad right-of-way is traveled by one and all, young and old.
Marthasville lies just across the river from the quaint, historic Washington, Missouri in Franklin County.
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