Found alongside the east bank of the Mississippi River, Saint Paul Park measures roughly 3.5 square miles. In 2017, there were 5500-plus people living in the small city. The average age in Saint Paul Park at that time was 35 years.
The city is primarily accessed via U.S. Highway 61 and U.S. Highway 10, which gives it convenient access to much of the Twin Cities metro.
Downstream from Saint Paul, the development of Saint Paul Park can be traced to those traveling the river. Many others arrived via the nearby railroad. Today it is home to the St. Paul Park Refinery, which produces more than 100000 barrels of petroleum each day.
Founded in 1887, and incorporated in 1909, the city of Saint Paul Park was ultimately named a city in 1974.
With Saint Paul Park's available properties lying mainly on the north side of the city, near the highway, new lots are being sold near the river, on the city's west side. Saint Paul Park is home to many charming, mid century homes valued as high as $300000 that are located in quiet suburbs.
In 2017, the city's average property value was approximately $175000.
The schools serving Saint Paul Park, according to Niche.com, are reputable. East Ridge High School, which is one of eight public schools serving the city, is graded A-plus.
There also exists a Spanish Immersion School located within city limits.
Saint Paul Park has a charming downtown home to pizzerias, cafes, restaurants and taverns. Throughout the city, plenty of parks are available with fields and courts for various sports.
The western edge of the city is defined by a riverfront that stretches for miles, and many come to walk, swim, kayak and fish. The area features remarkable limestone banks a as well as clear views of the water.
With Niche.com calling it number 4672 on the list of top places to buy a house in America, Saint Paul Park has a great deal of potential. TAG Group is happy to work with anyone interested in the purchase of a home in Saint Paul Park.
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