St. Paul Neighborhood Profiles

We may be just a tad biased, but we think Saint Paul is an amazing city. Located on the banks of the Mississippi River, it offers Twin Cities home buyers gorgeous scenery and an array of recreational opportunities.

As you look for a home for sale in St. Paul, understand that the city is made up of 17 neighborhoods and each has something different to offer. Home styles vary from modern to classic, with ramblers, Victorians, Queen Ann and more from which to choose.

If you’re on a tight budget, check out the homes for sale in Union Park. The median home price here is typically lower than Saint Paul’s median. It’s a lovely neighborhood, with homes built primarily in the early 20th century.

On the other end of the price scale are the houses for sale in Merriam Park West, and MacAlester-Groveland. If you are seeking to buy a home close to a golf course, consider Highland Park, home of the Highland National Golf Course.  Read more about St. Paul neighborhoods.

Feel free to navigate the many neighborhoods within St. Paul below. Happy Hunting!

Popular St. Paul Neighborhoods

Each St. Paul neighborhood offers a variety of amenities. From the Sun Ray Shopping Center in Battle Creek-Highwood to the many ethnic restaurants in Frogtown, there’s a lot to like in each of St. Paul’s vibrant neighborhoods. 

If you are seeking a home close to a golf course, consider Highland Park, home of the Highland National Golf Course. Battle Creek-Highwood and Como Park offer lovely waterfront homes as do the neighborhoods that sit alongside the river.

Contact Team Lindahl anytime for more information about homes and condos for sale in St. Paul. You can learn about the amenities, the schools and, of course, the real estate from the friendly experts at Team Lindahl. Call us anytime at 1 (763) 401-4045.

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