St. Paul Crocus Hill Neighborhood: What’s Not to Love?
The charming romanticism of Grand Avenue. The cafes and shops that make St. Paul a walker’s haven.
This is the Crocus Hill neighborhood. It lies to the west of I-35E, featuring panoramic vistas of the city, and embraced by the well-known Summit Hill area. Tucked quietly away, just north of Linwood Park, is Crocus Hill. Beside Crocus Triangle is Crocus Hill Terrace Park, at 41 Crocus Place, with its refreshing canopy of green. And come to Osceola Street to find St. Paul’s beautiful old cobblestones.
The classic homes of Crocus Hill, built mainly from 1900 to 1920, are known for their inviting front porches. And neighbors meet and gather on the porches all season. It’s a delight to walk among the homes and lush gardens, then stroll to the cozy restaurants and shops that grace Grand Avenue.
You’ll find gorgeous condos too. You find some condos have been renovated and in top shape, at reasonable prices, here in Crocus Hill. There are townhouses in the heart of this neighborhood, with some of the most desired addresses in St. Paul, have more cachet than ever.
A Friendly Nook in the City
Linwood Recreation Center offers kids’ biking and swimming camps in the summer, ice skating in winter, and art classes through the year. You’ll also find yoga classes and plenty of workout options here. The community garden represents something special about Crocus Hill living. It’s a friendly nook in the city.
Yet downtown St. Paul is within cycling or walking distance, and convenient city transportation makes it simple to get around St. Paul or into Minneapolis.
So if it’s a unique community in the city you seek, this one is a must-see.
There’s everything to love about Crocus Hill. Contract, RE/MAX Results-Shannon Lindstrom, Realtor to show you the current condos or homes for sale.
Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN
748 Grand Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105