Ironbridge Subdivision in Springfield, MO

Ironbridge is a great amenity laden neighborhood community in south Springfield with close access to everything. 

 About Ironbridge Subdivision

Ironbridge is a large subdivision with many amenities in Springfield, MO. The neighborhood was developed by renowned local developer Ron Stenger. The neighborhood is a multi-use subdivision featuring a gated housing section, traditional single family housing, office space, and also an assisted living facility.  Conveniently located off of South National Ironbridge is near Cox Regional Medical Center and James River Expressway for easy access to all Springfield has to offer.

Ironbridge Amenities

Ironbridge is loaded with great amenities including 16 acres of manicured common areas, pool, spa, and wading pool, children’s play area, 2 tennis courts, basketball court, and grass volleyball court. Also a nice covered pavilion and bathrooms are located in the pool area. With Twin Oaks Country Club within walking distance or a short golf cart ride with several of the homes backing up to the golf course for amazing views.

Ironbridge Neighborhood

Ironbridge subdivision features over 225 homes with a traditional single family section and a gated section of the subdivision.  These all brick homes in the Ironbridge neighborhood average 4 bedrooms and 2800 sf, with sales prices ranging from $325,000 to $650,000.  While homes in this desirable neighborhood typically sell quickly and for about 99% of their listing price in todays market.  Many homes feature walkout basements while others have picturesque views of Twin Oaks Country Club. To view all the great homes currently for sale in this neighborhood CLICK HERE.

Ironbridge is located in the Disney Elementary, Cherokee Junior High, and Kickapoo High Schools.  These schools all carry a good rating within the state and more information can be found at Department of Education by CLICK HERE.

Twin Oaks Country Club

In December of 1955 the initial membership purchased the 178 acre Art Johnson farm on Highway M. This was done with the plans on building a golf course with the newly settled on name of Twin Oaks.  The funny thing is there was not even one oak tree on the property despite the name.  As Floyd Farley was employed to lay out and design the 18-hole golf course and supervise construction.  Over the years Twin Oaks has developed into a championship 18 hole golf course, fine dining, casual bar, beach entry heated pool with Olympic swimming lanes and board, and 6 hard court tennis courts.

About Springfield, MO

Residents in Springfield enjoy a active outdoor recreational lifestyle including a large park system with 92 local parks, 8 municipal pools, numerous golf courses, over 60 miles of trails for walking, hiking, and biking. Also the area boasts easy access to several lakes, and streams for boating, floating, and fishing.  Branson and Table Rock Lake are just a short 45 minute drive south with lots of shopping and family entertainment.  Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield is a national park for the second major battle of the Civil War.  Located 18 miles south of Springfield is Busiek State Park.  Featuring 740 acres with approximately 18 miles of trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding.  This park also has an un-staffed gun range for public use.

Local Universities

There are several quality colleges and universities that call Springfield home. This helps to further the unique feel of this community. Missouri State University is the largest and is home to more than 20,000 students. Drury is a private university with nearly 5,000 students and consistently ranks in US News and World reports top 10 Universities in the Midwest.  Evangel University is a private Christian university with over 2,500 students. Ozarks Technical Community College has more than 15.000 students and offers several 2 year Associate degrees.

Springfield has long been front and center for a robust range of nationally historic events. Including the Trail of Tears, Battle of Wilson’s Creek, and the first recorded shoot out between “Wild Bill Hickok” and Davis Tutt happened in the town square. Springfield is officially recognized as the birthplace of Route 66. For more information about Springfield, MO visit click HERE

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