Battle Creek and Highwood St. Paul Real Estate
Battle Creek and Highwood are neighborhoods in the southeast side of St. Paul, Minnesota. Both Battle Creek and Highwood feature spectacular views of the Mississippi River and downtown core of St. Paul, Minnesota. Click to Read More
Battle Creek and Highwood Saint Paul Neighborhood Information
When Battle Creek and Highwood first came to be neighborhoods, they were primarily bedroom communities for the large 3M Corporation factory and head quarters which is located just across the way. However in the last 30 years, the neighborhoods of Battle Creek and Highwood have become much more diverse, finding more families and single professionals moving into the area.
The houses in Battle Creek and Highwood are affordable and decent houses. Primarily single family and multi family dwellings, there is lots to choose from for real estate in Battle Creek and Highwood. Still serving as a decent place to live if you do work for the 3M Corporation, more and more families who have no ties to 3M are moving to Battle Creek and Highwood for the reasonable housing rates and a nice family neighborhood of like minded people. Battle Creek and Highwood is a wonderful bank of communities on the south east side of St. Paul, and provide the view of the Mississippi River while still maintaining reasonable housing costs.
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