Woodsmill Subdivision was built in the late 1960’s by Cassilly Realty Co. of Webster Groves, MO.
The subdivision design called for 269 single family detached homes and roughly 27 acres of common ground. Construction on the majority of the homes was completed between 1967 and 1970. The last home, at 812 Dutch Mill, was completed in mid 1971.
The Woodsmill Clubhouse was the original structure on the roughly 116 acre farm. Prior to the subdivision construction, part of the clubhouse was used as a tack room (to store bridles and saddles) for the farm's horses.
Originally Woodsmill Subdivision was in unincorporated St. Louis County but was annexed by the City of Ballwin in 1996.
Woodsmill Subdivision is located in West St. Louis County in the City of Ballwin, Missouri. We are conveniently located approximately 2.5 miles south of Highway 40 (I-64) off Highway 141 on Dutch Mill Road.
Henry Avenue borders the west side of our community and allows easy access to Clayton Road to the North and Manchester Road to the South. Bordering our community to the Southwest is the highly rated Parkway Elementary school, Henry Elementary.