It’s amazing how much activity is going on in the St. Paul real estate market right now. It’s one of the busiest spring-almost-summer seasons we’ve seen in a long time.
In looking over the backend of our website last night I see that while folks are looking at a broad range of listings, three homes in particular got the most views. Let’s take a look at these popular homes, all built in the early 20th century.
Built in 1925, the exterior of this home screams “curb appeal!” With a lovely front yard and a charming porch, you will definitely want to get out of the car to see the inside.
Although the homeowners have updated the home they were able to keep the original character of this early 20th century home intact. It’s been very tastefully updated. You’ll find a master suite with a walk-in closet, wood floors and a brick patio in the fenced rear yard. Do check out the cabinetry in the kitchen ― it’s beautiful.
This Como charmer offers 3 bedrooms, 1 full and 1 partial bathroom in 1,654 square feet of living space. It is listed at $269,900. Find the details here.
Living Somewhat Large in Hamline-Midway
Although this home has loads of curb appeal as well, the exterior belies how roomy it is. It holds 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one is a partial bath) in 2,210 square feet. You’ll find lots of woodwork, leaded glass windows and built-ins. There is even a family room and a 3-season porch, which is amazing for a home built in 1913. This home is worth a look before someone else snatches it up. Listed at $195,000, you can find photos and additional information here.
A Classic in Merriam Park/Lexington-Hamline
Here is a two-story home in one of our favorite St. Paul neighborhoods. Built in 1912, this home offers 4 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms in 1,381 square feet of living space. You’ll find yummy hardwood underfoot throughout most of the home and a large, detached garage out back. It’s listed at $219,900. Learn more about this home here.