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Top 5 Reasons to Live in West St. Paul, MN

  • West St. Paul, despite its name, is actually an independent town on the west bank of the Mississippi River. It's easy to stay active here, given the number of activities for children and adults. Golf and tennis lessons, skating lessons and T-ball are all available. Thompson Park Activity Center on Stassen Lane also hosts many active programs designed specifically for older adults. A great location that's full of opportunities, West St. Paul is place to call home.

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  • Urban living with ample acreage! Despite its location near a capital city, West St. Paul still offers homes for sale on as much as one full acre of land. On average, houses in this Minnesota city sit on about 1/4 acre, which means room for a yard and backyard entertaining. Homes in this city, some near the Mississippi River or Thompson Lake, are certainly sitting on generous lots.
  • Lakes around every corner! Minnesota is known as the land of 10,000 lakes, and West St. Paul has its fair share of bodies of water for people to enjoy. Snelling Lake, Gun Club Lake and Pigs Eye Lake are all within a short jaunt. Of course, many residents still opt to drive "up north" for time at a quiet lake cabin in the woods.
  • Historic homes available! Many rent to own homes and other houses for sale in West St. Paul are modern in style. Other homes in the city were built in the early part of the 20th century. While this might mean the need to fix up the property, historical homes offer more charm than their new counterparts. Homes along Charlton Street and the west part of town near Somerset Country Club are often a bit older than neighboring houses.
  • Get homegrown products! West St. Paul takes part in the St. Paul Farmers' Market. This outdoor market sets up every weekend when weather permits and features vendors selling everything from beeswax to melons and homemade baby food. The market is on South Market Street, near Signal Hills Shopping Center, and there is no admission charge.
  • Culturally rich! West St. Paul is just a stone's throw from St. Paul and its twin city, Minneapolis. The Target Center hosts live music and sports, while venues like the Guthrie Theater are home to diverse theatrical productions.