Belleville’s Hexenbukel Historic District is a neighborhood comprised of some of the finest examples of historic homes in the St Louis area. Located in the north quadrant of East Main Street, the neighborhood features Belleville businesses and a large variety of historic homes.
The Hexenbukel Neighborhood
The beautiful and historic Hexenbukel Neighborhood represents some of the oldest and most historically-significant homes in Belleville, Illinois. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 by the Belleville Historic Preservation Commission.
Homes in the Hexenbukel Neighborhood offer gorgeous architecture combined with the benefits of life in a walkable, safe neighborhood within walking distance to all Downtown Belleville activities including festivals, Art on the Square, parades as well as year-round shopping, dining and drinks, the Lincoln Theatre, services and city and County services.
The Hexenbukel District also offers walkable proximity to the MetroLink system that serves St Louis and the Metro East. Living in the Hexenbukel Neighborhood means easy commutes to work in many of the St Louis neighborhoods, Cardinals ballgames and Blues hockey, as well as other Downtown St Louis amenities and businesses.
Map of The Hexenbukel Neighborhood
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