St. Peters

St. Peters MO Home Builder

Hibbs Homes is proud to build custom homes in the St. Peters, MO area. We have built custom homes in Josephsville, Wentzville, Saint Charles, and Dardenne Prairie.

If you're already familiar with the St. Charles County area, and would like additional information about building a custom home in St. Peters MO, we invite you to reach out for additional information.

Land For Sale In St. Peters, MO

We build custom homes on private lots throughout the St. Peters, MO area. If you are looking for land in St. Charles County, and have not yet secured the right parcel to build your custom home, our team of Realtors can assist you in finding the right location. Check out our available lots and available homes pages or contact Jan Hibbs to get assistance in your search

About St. Peters, MO

Nationally recognized as a great place to live, the City of St. Peters offers affordable, quality living with top-notch amenities and services. The city of St. Peters is also a business-friendly community with opportunities for growth. Located in St. Charles County, St. Peters has a population of 57,289, and was named Money Magazine's Number 15 Best Places to Live in 2017.

St. Peters is an ideal place to build a family home - just 25 miles from downtown St. Louis with a low cost of housing and access to an excellent school system.

City Amenities

  • St. Peters Rec-Plex: Recreation, fitness, and spots facilities including a world-class swimming and diving space, three NHL-sized ice rinks, a gymnasium, running track, and more.
  • St. Peters Cultural Arts Centre: Home to art classes, theater performances, events, and more.
  • Parks & Trails: The City of St. Peters has 25 parks covering about 1,283 acres of land, including 24 miles of recreation trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters and pavilionsathletic fieldsgolf coursearchery rangeBMX track, fishing ponds, and landscape areas. Seventy-seven percent of St. Peters residents live within a half mile of a park or trail and 92 percent live within a mile of a park or trail.


Source: Money Magazine