St. Paul Historic Neighborhoods

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Merriam Park-Lexington-Hamline – Located in downtown St. Paul area, Merriam Park was established as a suburb for businessman and their families. The area was crisscrossed with streetcar lines that were linked to both downtown and also a rail depot. In the early 1880’s most houses in this area were wooden structures built in Queen Anne style, while in the 19th century these were neglected and slowly replaced with modern structures. Though a few old structures are still available in Fairview Avenue and Selby Avenue, now the condos, one & two story single-family homes, and multi-family duplexes are more popular.

Lowertown Downtown – This was part of the booming industrial growth of St. Paul in 1800’s and 1900’s and witnessed large industrial structures with pretentious buildings. In early 1900’s private investments led to growth in Wacouta Commons and Smith Park area. Even now, the area has new developments consisting of restaurants and other commercial areas. St. Paul- Downtown/ Lowertown comprises of both condo and loft projects like Lot 270, Great Northern Lofts, River Park Lofts and several others.

Frogtown – This lies onto the northwest area of Saint Paul and comprises of neighborhoods like East Midway, Rondo, Capitol Heights and Lower Rice Street. The historical area of this neighborhood began during 1860’s after railroads were setup. Some residents till 1980 worked in railroad related industries and Saint Paul foundry. Now the area has been converted into a business park and the retail shops in the historic district has been added to the Register of Historic Places. Oldest homes here are located in Sherburne Avenue, Charles Avenue and University Avenue areas which are part of early settlements when homes were made of wood frames and bricks.

Even though St. Paul has a large number of early 17th and 18th century homes, a large number of the industrial buildings have been converted into condos and lofts.

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St Paul Summit-Hill Real Estate: Homes and Condos

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Summit-Hill is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in St. Paul, MN. It is well-known for its well-preserved mansions of the Gilded Age, boasting of stately and majestic architecture. The area is also home to the grand Minnesota Governor’s Residence.

While the area is very residential, there are also plenty of shops, cafes, and bars within easy access. Summit-Hill also offers plenty of options for nightlife and entertainment, making sure that you never have to tread far when you want to have a great time.

As such, the Summit-Hill real estate is one of the most expensive and sought-after places in the city of St. Paul, MN. There are plenty of high-end real estate options here, including mansions and luxury homes. At the same time, more affordable housing options, including independent homes and condos, are also coming up, making the area more welcoming for a diverse population.

There is a good balance of people who are renting and owning the places they live in. So, if you want to move to Summit-Hill, St. Paul, you will have plenty of housing options.

Homes and condos in Summit-Hill

Many homes and condos are available for sale in Summit-Hill all year round. This established, residential, and historic neighborhood is home to some of the most beautiful homes and condos that offer both aesthetics and functionality.

Most of these homes were built in the 19th century, and they have a unique old-world charm that is hard to find anywhere else. If you are looking for more affordable accommodation options, then the condos that have been recently developed would be the ideal choice for you.

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If you’re looking to buy or sell a condo, a townhome, or a single-family home in the Summit-Hill Saint Paul location or the surrounding Twin Cities area, please feel free to contact RE/MAX Results – Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor at 612-616-9714 or visit today. I can help you!