Crocus Hill: Why You May Want to Look for Your Condo Here
Crocus Hill predates Minnesota itself. Most of the homes here were designed in the early 1900s, and visitors come to the area to see St Paul just as F. Scott Fitzgerald knew it. And so it is. This is a great location for individuals looking to experience urban living: enveloped in the Victorian style, where architectural preservation is paramount. Where locals maintain the property values with the utmost care.
Condos are plentiful here. They offer the buyer an excellent value. For Crocus Hill is nestled in a neighborhood of classic beauty, with the Cathedral of St. Paul representing the Beaux-Arts architecture style and the many local homes of such note that they are worthy of a tour event. Yet the Summit Hill surroundings offer you cafes, shops, places to walk, and an energetic vibe every day.
A Place of Beloved Front Porches
The Crocus Hill-St Paul neighborhood attracts young professionals, singles, families, empty nesters, and seniors to the community.
Children may go to Randolph Heights Elementary, then to Ramsey Middle School. They have St. Paul Academy to choose from, or St. Thomas More. More private options include Cretin-Derham Hall, and the St Paul Academy and Summit School, with its emphasis on creative thinking. And there’s Central Senior High School, listed as one of Minnesota’s best.
Looking for continuing education all year round? Or summer camps and cycling groups for kids? Check out the Linwood Recreation Center. It even has an ice rink; no need to stay at home in the winter here. Hoping to find a good yoga community or workout options? They’re here. And downtown St Paul is near-by too, accessible by cycling or walking. Exploring or working in St Paul and Minneapolis is made simple by an outstanding transit system.
So explore Crocus Hill.
Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN
748 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105