Saint Anthony Park St. Paul Real Estate
Saint Anthony Park is a St. Paul, Minnesota, neighborhood that sits on the northwest side of the city. Saint Anthony Park is adjacent to the University of Minnesota St. Paul campus and borders Northeast Minneapolis on the west side and the Minnesota State Fairgrounds on the east side.
Three Minnesota governors called Saint Anthony Park home: Andrew McGill, William Marshall, and Elmer L Andersen. Saint Anthony Park was originally set up as estates for affluent individuals in the late 1800s and has become a neighborhood of college professors, ordinary working people, professionals and international students.
Saint Anthony Park is centrally located between St. Paul and Minneapolis (the Twin Cities) and provides a pedestrian friendly business district that contains many services and amenities to the people that live there.
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Saint Anthony Park is home to two colleges – the University of Minnesota and the Lutheran Seminary.
Saint Anthony Park real estate is coveted by many who live near the area, its affluent houses beautiful, spacious and expensive. Many families reside in the area, as do professionals, and most of the homes in Saint Anthony Park are single family residences of larger size and more upscale pricing.
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