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Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

St. Paul: Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills

Tagged: Community Profiles, St. Paul Minnesota, St. Paul Neighborhoods, , , , , , , , , ,

The Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood is located on the south-east end of St. Paul, bordering the Greater East Side Neighborhood to the north, the city of Maplewood to the east, and the Mississippi River on the west. Although just two miles from downtown, this residential neighborhood has a more suburban feel, as it is a bedroom community with large lots, modern housing options, and provides amazing views from the bluffs of the river and downtown. The neighborhood of just over 20,000 residents has convenient access to I-94, its own transit service, and is located very close to 3M headquarters. SunRay Center and Suburban Avenue are the neighborhood’s retail corridors, and they host many franchises, local restaurants, grocery stores, retailers, and fitness centers. The parks have programs for senior citizens and young children, hiking and biking trails along streams and bluffs, and activities for all seasons. A popular amenity in the neighborhood is the Harding Arena which offers ice skating and hockey facilities year-round.

Most of the single-family homes in the neighborhood were constructed between the 1960’s and 1990’s in a variety of styles. Houses in the southern portions of the area were constructed in the wooded river bluffs and the homes in the northern portion are located on larger city lots.

The Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood has a large number of parks. Some of the most notable include:

Pig’s Eye Regional Park: Pig’s Eye Regional Park is the largest park in the neighborhood and encompasses a significant portion of the neighborhood area. Known as a fabulous bird-watching area, the park is home to one of the largest urban egret and heron rookeries in the entire Midwest. Visitors will enjoy catching glimpses of these birds in addition to the occasional eagle.

Henry Park: Henry Park is a medium-sized nature preserve located east of the Pig’s Eye Regional Park. Visitors enjoy the peaceful ambiance and natural setting.

Bluff Preserve: The Bluff Preservation Area stretches across the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood. A nature-lover’s haven, Bluff Preserve remains undeveloped and is a sanctuary for a plethora of wildlife. Visitors can expect to see a wide array of birds and woodland animals while enjoying space away from the busy city.

Highwood Hills: Highwood Hills Park is one of the more traditional parks found within the area. While many of the parks in the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood are undeveloped and offer passive amenities, Highwood Hills is active in nature. The park contains a small picnic area, soccer field, playground, two half-court basketball courts, and a full-court basketball court.

Battle Creek Regional Park: Battle Creek Regional Park is another large, community park found within the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood. Known for its numerous amenities and outstanding recreation center, Battle Creek Regional Park is a great option for all ages and interests. Visitors to the park enjoy the baseball field, basketball courts, football field, bocce ball court, hockey and ice skating rinks, horseshoe pit, playgrounds, sledding hill, soccer fields, softball fields, and tennis courts. Additionally, the attached recreation center adds several more amenities including a craft room, fitness center, kitchen, gymnasium, meeting rooms, and a warming room. With so much activity available for all ages and interests, Battle Creek Regional Park is a wonderful resource for the Conway-Battle Creek-Highland Hills neighborhood and the surrounding area.

If you have any questions regarding the Conway-Battle Creek-Highland Hills neighborhood, the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit TwinCitiesPropertyFinder.com or call 1-800-909-1953.

 

Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

St. Paul: Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills

Tagged: Community Profiles, St. Paul Minnesota, St. Paul Neighborhoods, , , , , , , , , ,

The Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood is located on the south-east end of St. Paul, bordering the Greater East Side Neighborhood to the north, the city of Maplewood to the east, and the Mississippi River on the west. Although just two miles from downtown, this residential neighborhood has a more suburban feel, as it is a bedroom community with large lots, modern housing options, and provides amazing views from the bluffs of the river and downtown. The neighborhood of just over 20,000 residents has convenient access to I-94, its own transit service, and is located very close to 3M headquarters. SunRay Center and Suburban Avenue are the neighborhood’s retail corridors, and they host many franchises, local restaurants, grocery stores, retailers, and fitness centers. The parks have programs for senior citizens and young children, hiking and biking trails along streams and bluffs, and activities for all seasons. A popular amenity in the neighborhood is the Harding Arena which offers ice skating and hockey facilities year-round.

Most of the single-family homes in the neighborhood were constructed between the 1960’s and 1990’s in a variety of styles. Houses in the southern portions of the area were constructed in the wooded river bluffs and the homes in the northern portion are located on larger city lots.

The Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood has a large number of parks. Some of the most notable include:

Pig’s Eye Regional Park: Pig’s Eye Regional Park is the largest park in the neighborhood and encompasses a significant portion of the neighborhood area. Known as a fabulous bird-watching area, the park is home to one of the largest urban egret and heron rookeries in the entire Midwest. Visitors will enjoy catching glimpses of these birds in addition to the occasional eagle.

Henry Park: Henry Park is a medium-sized nature preserve located east of the Pig’s Eye Regional Park. Visitors enjoy the peaceful ambiance and natural setting.

Bluff Preserve: The Bluff Preservation Area stretches across the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood. A nature-lover’s haven, Bluff Preserve remains undeveloped and is a sanctuary for a plethora of wildlife. Visitors can expect to see a wide array of birds and woodland animals while enjoying space away from the busy city.

Highwood Hills: Highwood Hills Park is one of the more traditional parks found within the area. While many of the parks in the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood are undeveloped and offer passive amenities, Highwood Hills is active in nature. The park contains a small picnic area, soccer field, playground, two half-court basketball courts, and a full-court basketball court.

Battle Creek Regional Park: Battle Creek Regional Park is another large, community park found within the Conway-Battle Creek-Highwood Hills neighborhood. Known for its numerous amenities and outstanding recreation center, Battle Creek Regional Park is a great option for all ages and interests. Visitors to the park enjoy the baseball field, basketball courts, football field, bocce ball court, hockey and ice skating rinks, horseshoe pit, playgrounds, sledding hill, soccer fields, softball fields, and tennis courts. Additionally, the attached recreation center adds several more amenities including a craft room, fitness center, kitchen, gymnasium, meeting rooms, and a warming room. With so much activity available for all ages and interests, Battle Creek Regional Park is a wonderful resource for the Conway-Battle Creek-Highland Hills neighborhood and the surrounding area.

If you have any questions regarding the Conway-Battle Creek-Highland Hills neighborhood, the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, or if you would like to sell or buy a house in the area, please feel free to visit TwinCitiesPropertyFinder.com or call 1-800-909-1953.

 

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