SUNSET HILLS, Mo. — This week’s "on the market" takes a look at some of the most expensive homes for sale in Sunset Hills.

The homes featured this week are located in the 63127 and 63128 ZIP codes, which include Sunset Hills. In the first half of 2019, the two ZIP codes had a combined 423 home sales. The median sale price was $481,963 in the 63127 ZIP code and $240,558 in 63128 ZIP code.

Here’s a glimpse at the priciest homes for sale in Sunset Hills:

13003 Tapawingo Place, $1.2 million: This 3,523-square-foot home has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms: five full bathrooms and three half bathrooms. The home, which was built in 2003, sits on a 1.2-acre lot. Its kitchen includes a center island, granite countertops and custom cabinetry. Downstairs, the home has a bar, gym and wine cellar. Outside, there is a pool.

9116 Rott Road, $1.1 million: Built in 1993, this home has seven bedrooms and six bathrooms: five full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home totals 4,910 square feet and sits on a 4.3-acre lot. The kitchen includes a breakfast bar, walk-in pantry and custom cabinetry. The home’s basement has a fireplace, bathroom, two bedrooms and a gym.

12119 Oakcrest Estates Court, $985,000: This four-bedroom home has five full bathrooms and one half bathroom. The home totals 5,214 square feet and sits on a 1-acre lot. Its kitchen includes high-end appliances, a center island and custom cabinetry. Downstairs, the home has a walk-out basement. Outside, the home has a pool.

This week's "on the market" takes a look at some of the most expensive homes for sale in Chesterfield. The homes featured this week are in the 63005 ZIP code, which includes Chesterfield. In the first half of 2019, the 63005 ZIP code had 326 home sales, with a median sale price of $555,248.

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