August 2017

Found 3 blog entries for August 2017.

Luxury Homes For Sale in St. Paul There is certainly no lack of luxury homes in St. Paul, from sprawling, historic mansions to newly updated designs. Many of these can be found in two of the regions most celebrated, historic neighborhoods: Summit Hill and Summit-University.

Summit Hill neighborhood

The historic Summit Hill neighborhood is home to a number of exceptionally preserved Victorian-style residences. With architecture sometimes dating back to the mid 1800s, the neighborhood quickly gained attention generations ago from some of the area’s most prominent and affluent families.

Helped by the preservation of its architecture and character over the years, much of the Summit Hill neighborhood of today stays true to its roots, with a large selection of well-kept Victorian-era and

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It’s hardly a secret that the golf course industry overall has been struggling over the past decade, and that’s certainly the case in states like Minnesota where we don’t exactly have the luxury of living in a warm weather climate all year long. With that in mind, the Planning and Economic Development Department in St. Paul is already working on a plan to possibly re-develop Hillcrest Golf Course, which just recently announced it will officially close this coming October.

News about the course shuttering broke back in late July, and its owners are already looking to unload its 110 acres to real estate developers who may be looking to add to the area’s already residential-dominant landscape, which is undoubtedly a unique opportunity for just about any

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As the old saying goes, “all good things must come to an end,” and that’s certainly relatable to the recent announcement of the 96-year-old privately owned Hillcrest Golf Club in St. Paul closing later this fall.

According to a recent report from The Pioneer Press, owners of the club concluded that its fewer than 200 members isn’t enough for the business to remain sustainable, ultimately forcing the decision to shutter and sell off the sprawling 110-acre property.

As noted by The Press, the Hillcrest site will likely be marketed to real estate developers and could potential bring hundreds of new homes to the area, which is already almost entirely residential.

The Hillcrest Golf Course originally opened all the way back in 1921 as a municipal

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