St. Paul

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As a proud resident of St. Paul for over 15 years (currently residing in the Highland Park neighborhood), I have witnessed many changes to the state capitol and second most populous city in Minnesota, otherwise known as the “biggest small town”.

Birthplace of renowned novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald and cartoonist Charles M. Schulz (of Peanuts comic strip fame!), St. Paul is home to several universities and colleges and hosts three professional sports teams – the Minnesota Wild (NHL), the Minnesota United FC (MLS) and the St. Paul Saints (MLB Triple-A affiliate). Historic sites and museums abound, from the iconic Cathedral of Saint Paul (modeled after St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome) and stately Summit Avenue (the longest stretch of Victorian mansions in the United States), to Science Museum of Minnesota and Minnesota History Center. The neighborhoods in St. Paul have certainly changed over time with population fluctuations, but the city has ensured the preservation of historically significant structures.

In more recent years, St. Paul has seen the development of the old Ford Plant, complete with hundreds of new housing units, shops and other attractions.

For more information on a selection of neighborhoods within St. Paul, please see below. 

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St. Paul Neighborhoods

Highland Park

Highland Park is a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood located in the southwest corner of the city near the Mississippi River. It features a well-balanced mix of beautifully maintained homes, retail shopping, dining, and parks. Highland is also home to St. Catherine University, the largest private women’s university in the country. Other attractions include an 18-hole golf course, disc golf course, and the Highland Park Aquatic Center. Home styles include stucco and brick, many with great views of the river.


Full of tree-lined streets and old-fashioned charm, the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood is bordered on the north by historic Summit Avenue and on the south by the Highland Park neighborhood. The popular Grand Avenue runs through this neighborhood, with nightlife, dining, retail shopping (including many unique boutiques), and other commercial offerings. Home to the University of St. Thomas and Macalester College, Mac-Groveland is the 15th most walkable neighborhood in St. Paul and is also very bike-friendly.

Summit Hill

Summit Hill, also known as Crocus Hill, is located in the southwest portion of St. Paul. This is the most upscale neighborhood of St Paul with historic mansions lining the streets. These Victorian Era mansions have been well preserved over the years and the architecture is what makes this area of St. Paul nationally famous. Many of the homes in this area were built between 1890 and 1920. As well as gorgeous homes, there is also retail shopping, cafes and many parks in this neighborhood.

Client Reviews

Sarah Fuller & Nick Stevens
Sarah Fuller & Nick Stevens
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As first time homebuyers, we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into when we began looking for a home. We were and still are so thankful that we found Adam to help us navigate the process and walk us through a multitude of properties. He was so incredibly knowledgable on every neighborhood in the Twin Cities area and was able to point out aspects of properties that would need work, how things could be renovated or if everything was in great shape. He was incredibly honest with us throughout the entire process and we trusted his advice completely. Our house hunting experience took several months, and we were so thankful for his continued patience and guidance through it all. I highly recommend Adam to everyone looking to buy or sell a house, he is absolutely wonderful to work with.
Sarah & Jesse Stremcha
Sarah & Jesse Stremcha
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Adam helped us to sell one home and buy another. We were very pleased working with him on both fronts. His knowledge of St. Paul homes and real estate market were especially valuable to us. On the sell side he provided good comps and helped us set a realistic sale price. He also provided good advice on which maintenance/refresh items needed to be completed before listing and which didn't matter. On the buy side, he was patient with us as we tried to find "the one" and was able to help us to refine our criteria by really listening to our conversations about each property. On multiple occasions he noticed structural items of concern in a property and was able to steer us away from a problem property. Ultimately Adam helped us work through a tricky negotiation to successfully purchase a property we love. I would happily recommend Adam.

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