O'FALLON, Mo. — This week’s "on the market" takes a look at some of the most expensive homes for sale in O’Fallon, Missouri.

O’Fallon is among the region’s most active municipalities in terms of home sale activity. In 2018, the 63376 ZIP Code, which includes part of O’Fallon, had the most home sales in the region with a total of 1,271.

This week's on the market takes a look at some of the most expensive homes currently for sale in Frontenac. Frontenac is one of the most expensive areas to buy a home in the St. Louis region. In 2018, the 63131 ZIP code, which includes Frontenac, had 277 home sales, with an average sale price of $612,663.

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Here’s a glimpse at the priciest homes on the market in O’Fallon:

229 Haver Hill Drive, $630,000: This newly built home spans 4,011 square feet and includes five bedrooms. Inside the home are four full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home’s kitchen includes a breakfast bar, custom cabinetry and granite countertops. Downstairs, the finished basement includes a bar, bedroom and bathroom. The home has a three-car garage.

102 Forest Club Court, $620,000: This 2,609-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms: three full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The ranch-style home’s kitchen includes granite countertops and a center island. Downstairs, the partially finished basement has additional living space, two bedrooms, a bathroom and recreation space.

408 Gatehouse Circle, $549,000: This three-bedroom home has two full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home totals 2,661 square feet. The home’s kitchen features stainless steel appliances, a center island and granite countertops. The home has a three-car garage.

This week's on the market takes a look at some of the most expensive homes for sale in the Central West End. The Central West End is one of St. Louis' most expensive neighborhoods. In 2018, the 63108 ZIP code, which includes the Central West End, had 272 home sales, with an average sale price of $302,688.

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