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Post by ● Sep 9, 2015

St. Paul: West Seventh

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

Older neighborhood organizations and new neighborhood gathering spots, thriving entertainment in the Seven Corners area near downtown, and peaceful residential areas make the West Seventh neighborhood of around 10,000 residents a special place to live. West Seventh has miles of trails bordering the Mississippi that attach to downtown and provide excellent views, outstanding schools, a growing arts network, and unique shopping, dining, and entertainment venues along the West Seventh/Fort Road strip. West Seventh hosts some of Saint Paul’s oldest homes in the Irvine Park neighborhood, which is one of Saint Paul’s designated historic districts. The neighborhood has great access to downtown Saint Paul, the MSP airport, and the surrounding suburbs. For this reason, it is served by many transit services.

The West Seventh neighborhood offers an extensive blend of historic homes and modern riverfront condominiums. The neighborhood consists of a marvelous stock of larger brick and wood frame houses built from the 1870’s through the early 1900’s in Italianate, Queen Anne, Eastlake, and Colonial Revival as well as other styles. There are also Prairie Style homes, modest Four squares, and apartments close to downtown.

The Palace Recreation Center offers year-round access for locals and provides both indoor and outdoor amenities. Some of the indoor amenities include a craft room, ice rink, fitness center gymnasiums, and locker rooms. Although seasonal, the outdoor amenities include a football field, baseball field, and an outdoor skating rink, all of which are often utilized for large scale pick up games.

The West Seventh neighborhood contains many different parks. Some of the most notable include:

High Bridge Dog Park: The High Bridge Dog Park has 7 acres of space, and was specifically donated to the city by its former owner for its use as a dog park. Ever since that time, it has been highly utilized and appreciated by the residents of the area. Normal dog park rules apply and the amazing property is situated at an easy access point. Dogs and owners alike are sure to have a grand time.

Cherokee Regional Park: Understood as a possible recreational and natural green center in the early 1900’s, Cherokee Regional Park has since been established into one of Saint Paul’s most well attended parks, bringing in over 300,000 happy visitors a year. The park consists of playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, fire pits, grills, and more scattered out over 100 acres of land. Cherokee Regional Park’s reputation is attributed to the accompaniment of two open-air shelters that see substantial use throughout the warmer seasons. The larger of the two shelters can contain 100 people while the smaller of the two can hold up to 60. Electricity is also available at either location. This makes it an ideal location for family get togethers or large community events.                                                                                  

If you have any questions regarding the West Seventh 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: West Seventh

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

Older neighborhood organizations and new neighborhood gathering spots, thriving entertainment in the Seven Corners area near downtown, and peaceful residential areas make the West Seventh neighborhood of around 10,000 residents a special place to live. West Seventh has miles of trails bordering the Mississippi that attach to downtown and provide excellent views, outstanding schools, a growing arts network, and unique shopping, dining, and entertainment venues along the West Seventh/Fort Road strip. West Seventh hosts some of Saint Paul’s oldest homes in the Irvine Park neighborhood, which is one of Saint Paul’s designated historic districts. The neighborhood has great access to downtown Saint Paul, the MSP airport, and the surrounding suburbs. For this reason, it is served by many transit services.

The West Seventh neighborhood offers an extensive blend of historic homes and modern riverfront condominiums. The neighborhood consists of a marvelous stock of larger brick and wood frame houses built from the 1870’s through the early 1900’s in Italianate, Queen Anne, Eastlake, and Colonial Revival as well as other styles. There are also Prairie Style homes, modest Four squares, and apartments close to downtown.

The Palace Recreation Center offers year-round access for locals and provides both indoor and outdoor amenities. Some of the indoor amenities include a craft room, ice rink, fitness center gymnasiums, and locker rooms. Although seasonal, the outdoor amenities include a football field, baseball field, and an outdoor skating rink, all of which are often utilized for large scale pick up games.

The West Seventh neighborhood contains many different parks. Some of the most notable include:

High Bridge Dog Park: The High Bridge Dog Park has 7 acres of space, and was specifically donated to the city by its former owner for its use as a dog park. Ever since that time, it has been highly utilized and appreciated by the residents of the area. Normal dog park rules apply and the amazing property is situated at an easy access point. Dogs and owners alike are sure to have a grand time.

Cherokee Regional Park: Understood as a possible recreational and natural green center in the early 1900’s, Cherokee Regional Park has since been established into one of Saint Paul’s most well attended parks, bringing in over 300,000 happy visitors a year. The park consists of playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, fire pits, grills, and more scattered out over 100 acres of land. Cherokee Regional Park’s reputation is attributed to the accompaniment of two open-air shelters that see substantial use throughout the warmer seasons. The larger of the two shelters can contain 100 people while the smaller of the two can hold up to 60. Electricity is also available at either location. This makes it an ideal location for family get togethers or large community events.                                                                                  

If you have any questions regarding the West Seventh 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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